Friday, January 12, 2018, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM


Courtney Kelley



Session Type:

3-Hour Class

Skill Level:

Advanced Beginner


Courtney Kelley


World Traditions

Class Details:

The Swedish workshop founded by Emma Jacobsson, Bohus knitting, is best known for its beautiful hand-knitted items made famous in the late 1930s through the ‘60s for their attention to detail, innovative design and color, and exacting standards of craftsmanship. Traditional Bohus patterns utilized a fine-weight angora and wool blend to create a gorgeous halo and tonal gradations of color. The addition of purl stitches and the sometimes third—or fourth or fifth—color per row opened up limitless design possibilities for the knitter. In this class we will learn a bit about the history of Bohus knitting, as well as the technique used to create its masterful effects.

Technique Requirements: Knit/purl; cast on/bind off; increase/decrease; working in the round; have knit a few accessories; easy colorwork



Supplies to Bring:

Please bring double pointed or small circular needles size 2 and 4 for working in the round. Yarn will be provided by The Fibre Co.

Materials Fee (to Be Paid Directly to the Teacher):

$20, for yarn, and patterns