Name
Creating and Navigating Complex Stranded Knitting Charts (NEW!)
Date
Sunday, August 7, 2022
Time
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Session Type:
3-Hour Class
Skill Level:
Intermediate
Teacher:
Kyle Kunnecke
Category
Color, Knitting, Tips & Techniques
Class Details:

Have you ever thought of creating original color work designs? Kyle has perfected his own technique to create original to-scale charts for complex color work that is especially suited to spectacular non-repeating patterns. Using visual displays and samples, Kyle discusses scale, composition and what kinds of designs work best for this technique.

He’ll walk you through each step from design inspiration to navigating knitting from these large charts. You will put your newly learned skills to work by beginning to knit a color work cowl that requires navigating a complex chart and leave class with all the knowledge to complete your amazing color work cowl.

Technique Requirements: Students should already have knitting skills, including cast on, bind off, knit/purl, increase/decrease, and read color work charts

Homework:

Will be provided soon.

Supplies for Class:

Solid color wool (such as HiKoo Kenzie) in two coordinating colors, appropriately sized circular needles, pen/pencil, notepaper, and the usual knitting bag filled with treasures.