Name
Giving You the Slip
Date
Sunday, November 14, 2021
Time
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Session Type:
2-Hour Class
Skill Level:
Intermediate
Teacher:
Lily Chin
Category
Knitting, Tips & Techniques
Class Details:

Most of the time, we think of slipped stitches in color, forming patterns know as Mosaic Knitting. Yet slipped stitches can also yield effects in texture. Explore single-color slip-stitching for raised surface interest. Slipped stitches can also neaten the side edges of your knitting. Lily will show the class a broad spectrum of colorful slip-stitch effects. See how versatile this little action is! Sample several swatches and see the slipped stitch in action.

Homework:

Please prepare the following:
With worsted or chunky light-colored, non-splitty yarn and appropriate needles, cast on 5 sts and work in Garter st for about 1-2”. Leave about 2 yards to work with.
With worsted or chunky light-colored, non-splitty yarn and appropriate needles, cast on 17 sts and work one purl row. Leave about 15 yards to work with.
With worsted or chunky light-colored, non-splitty yarn and appropriate needles, cast on 25 sts and work in Garter st for 2 rows. Leave about 15 yards to work with.
Bring 3 colors of same weight yarn (either worsted or chunky) in non-splitty, contrasting colors and appropriate needles – about 20 yards of each color. With one of these colors, cast on 19 sts and knit 2 rows.
Bring 2 colors of same weight yarn (either worsted or chunky) in non-splitty, contrasting colors and appropriate needles – about 20 yards of each color. With one of these colors, cast on 16 sts. Purl a row.

Supplies for Class:

See Homework.