Sequence Knitting (Part 1 of 2)
Friday, September 21, 2018
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Design, Tips & Techniques
This class is an introduction to the idea of Sequence Knitting and the creation of knit fabric. Students will create swatches to get a feeling for the range of possibilities and understand how they can use sequence knitting in their own work. Specific topics include: • Concept of Sequence Knitting • When Sequence Knitting makes sense • How to read Sequence Knitting instructions • Reversibility • Common mistakes • Reading Sequence Knitting charts • Using different kinds of yarns • Choosing yarns, colors, gauge Technique Requirements: Suitable for advanced beginners through to very experienced knitters. Students should be able to knit, purl, cast on, and cast off.
Supplies for Class:
2 balls of smooth yarn in solid colors that contrast and appropriately sized needles. A pen or pencil for note-taking. A copy of the book Sequence Knitting can be helpful but is not required.