Stranded Knitting 101 — March 2024
- There are 0 left in stock
Stranded Knitting 101: Laying the Foundation for Successful Colorwork Knitting
Teacher: Kathy Naumann
When: Sunday, March 10, 1:00–4:00pm
Description: Give us three hours of your time, and we’ll give you a skill that promises to take your knitting to the next level! In this class you’ll learn how to manage two strands of yarn simultaneously and how to read a colorwork chart. Each participant will be working on a hat pattern that has been mindfully written to produce successful stranded knitting beginners in just one class. (Note: you’ll be making a baby-sized hat during the class, and you’ll have enough yarn left over to make another baby- or adult-sized hat.)
Prerequisites: This class will focus on yarn management. Participants should have basic knowledge of long-tail cast on, knitting in the round, and independently closing a hat on double-pointed needles. There will be no focus given to hat knitting skills, although the instructor will be happy to answer any questions as time permits.
Min/max number of participants: 4/10
Materials to bring along:
Before you register
Please take time to review our class policies here, including our cancellation policy.
If a class is sold out you may call the shop at 734-780-7867 to be placed on a waitlist.
When you register you will receive an automated email with information about the class, including a coupon code for 10% off your class materials (yarn and fiber). Please check your spam folder if you don't see it, and be sure to save it so that you can refer back to it later.