This is a multi-part class. Attendees must register for all parts in order to take this class.
This class is an introduction to the idea of Sequence Knitting and the creation of knit fabric. Students will create some 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
• Common mistakes
• Reading sequence knitting charts
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. At least 1 color should be light. Appropriately sized needles: straight or circulars needles for working back and forth AND double-pointed needles or 2 circulars for working in the round. A pen or pencil for note-taking. A copy of the book Sequence Knitting can be helpful, but is not required.