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Shawl Project Class - Bojagi Shawl with Pam

"Bojagi" is the Korean word for a square, fabric wrapper. These wrappers were traditionally used to carry all sorts of things, from lunchboxes to dowry boxes. Nowadays they are used to ornately wrap important gifts, with special care given to the embroidery and tying technique.

The lace motif of this shawl is based on the most traditional tying technique, in which the corners are tied together like a small flower. You will learn to knit this lace technique with the assistance of a cable needle. You'll also learn the simple mosaic colorwork technique with slipped stitches. Both of these techniques will be great additions to your knitting skill set.

Select 2 colors of fingering weight yarn that make your heart sing, and join the fun creating this lovely shawl!

Skills you will learn in this class:
Lace section which includes a simple cabling technique

Slipped stitches for the mosaic section

Chart reading (instructions for both mosaic and lace are both written and charted to make learning chart reading easy as pie!)

How to carry the yarn up the side of your work as you alternate colors

Materials you will need before the first class:
Bojagi pattern available for free on knitboop website (follow link)

Yarn: 2 colors of fingering weight
    C1: 400 yards
    C2: 300 yards

Needles: US 5 & US 6 circulars (32" preferred)

Cable needle

Tapestry needle

Optional: Stitch markers

Skill Level: Intermediate
Skill Details:
Materials Included: No
Instructor: Pam Winne

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