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Cocoknits Method Sweater Workshop with Pam



We are very excited to offer a Cocoknits Method Sweater class this Spring! 

In this class, you will learn a unique process for knitting a seamless, top-down, set-in sleeve sweater. You’ll also learn how to use the Cocoknits Sweater Worksheet, which allows you to easily keep track of your increases on a seamless yoke. We will be making the newly released Mabel sweater, which is a loose-fitting, comfortable pullover. It is the perfect staple sweater to add to your wardrobe.

 

This class requires a minimum of 3 students, with a maximum of 8 students.


Skills learned in this class:
  • The Cocoknits Method of sweater construction

  • How to work with the Cocoknits worksheet

  • Various new increases and techniques

  • Jeny’s Stretchy Bind-off



Materials needed for the first session:
  • Cocoknits Sweater Workshop (book) by Julie Weisenberger (available for purchase at Dances With Wool)

  • Mabel sweater pattern (available on Ravelry)

  • Chunky Weight Yarn as outlined in the Mabel pattern (Shop sample was made with Berroco Vintage Chunky.)

  • Needles: 

    • US 10.75 / 7 mm (or size necessary for gauge) 24”-32” circular needle or longer for body, depending on size worked (length should be shorter than bust circumference; before attaining full bust measurement, a 24” might be necessary)

    • US 10.75 / 7 mm (or size necessary for gauge) in either 40” circular needle (for magic loop) to work sleeves, or dpns

    • US 10 / 6 mm circular needle, at least 32”, for Body ribbing

    • US 8-9 / 5-5.5 mm (depending on how tight your prefer  your ribbing) circular needle, long enough to do Magic Loop on Sleeve ribbing (or use dpns)

    • US 9 / 5.5 mm 16” circular needle (or long enough to do magic loop) for Neck ribbing

    • US 4-5 / 3.5-3.75 mm needles for working bind-off

    • US 0-3 / 2-3 mm mm double-pointed needle or any length circular (for picking up stitches)

  • Cocoknits Sweater Worksheet (Blank copy found at end of pattern)

  • 6 st markers (in red, green, orange, blue, violet, and yellow) (available for purchase at Dances With Wool)

  • Stitch holders/extra circular needles or waste yarn to hold sleeve stitches

  • Row counter (optional)

  • Pencil with ERASER!

  • RULER for filling out your Worksheet in class


HOMEWORK is required prior to first class:

Knit a gauge swatch with your project yarn on US 10.75 in St st to assure you reach a gauge of 12 sts & 18 rows = 4” in your blocked swatch. If necessary, adjust needle size to get proper gauge. This will allow you to get a great start on your project in the workshop! Once enrolled in the class, you will be provided with contact information to reach Pam should you have any questions regarding your gauge swatch.

 

 

 


Skill Level: Intermediate
Skill Details: Students should already know how to cast on with the long tail cast on method, knit, purl, increase, decrease and knit in the round using Magic Loop or DPNs
Instructor: Pam Winne
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