Hats, mittens, socks, sweaters, so many things you can make from a tube. If only we could figure out how to make our flat knitting go round. Oh, but you can! In this class, we’ll explore the various tools and techniques to knit in the round.
Are your floors cold? Me, too. There are so many ways to warm your toes. In this class, we’ll concentrate on wedge and spiral round rugs, faux-braided rugs, and a special heart shaped rug perfect for any room in your home.
Don’t you just love things that look more complicated than they really are? Well, Entrelac is one of those techniques that has a very high knitting-to-glory ratios (low knitting investment, huge finished piece glory!) The technique is simple to learn, and the more odds and ends you use, the greater the glory in the finished piece. And it works up so fast. Once you’ve mastered it, you’re limited only by your imagination.
Smooth, light colored yarn in several colors
Needles appropriate for your yarn
Entrelac:The Essential Guide To Interlace Knitting by Rosemary Dryedale