Few things will make you feel as good as a lace project. It is almost the definitive knitting project. Look at what you can do with two sticks and some string?!? This project is a good introduction to lace but also has a lot to offer those knitters who have already worked on lace. This is a fun, easy to wear item that will be sure to garner a lot of compliments.
In this class we will cover:
Working in the round (and then not)
So much more!
Skill level: Very advanced beginner/intermediate
Tuesdays, October 23, 30, November 6, 20, 27 11:30 AM -1:00 PM
Pattern: Caedwyn by Corrina Ferguson
Yarn: Worsted weight approx. 225 yards (shop sample worked in Shepherd’s Wool)
Needles: US 8 or size to get gauge in 40” (or 20” if you don’t want to try magic loop)
Notions: Stitch markers (many) both locking and regular. Also, General Knitting Supplies (suggested, but not limited to: gauge and needle checker, measuring tape, scissors, tapestry needle). Means of tracking rows, either row counter, pen/paper, etc. Post it note always good to have around.
Pre-class homework: Work a basic swatch. Email from instructor with instructions on this will be sent approximately one week prior to the first class. If you don’t receive one, please let the shop know.