Deconstructing the Willow Scarf (NEW & EXCLUSIVE!) (Part 1 of 2)
Date & Time
Saturday, November 4, 2017, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Accessories, Tips & Techniques
This is a multi-part class. Attendees must register for all parts in order to take this class. Under Dutch Skies is the motif behind the Willow Scarf featured in Nancy’s newest book, Knitting Fresh Brioche. This beautiful leaf motif is created using increases and decreases in two-color brioche. It has numerous possibilities that will be talked about (and you can try them out) in the class. If you already plan on making a scarf, bring the yarn you want to use and get started. Technique Requirements: Knit/purl; cast on/bind off; increase/decrease; easy colorwork; students need to be familiar with working the two-color brioche stitch.
Supplies for Class:
For practice, bring 3–4 colors worsted- or DK-weight plain wool or cotton yarn, double-pointed or circular US 6/4mm needles. If you already plan on making this scarf, bring the yarn you want to use and get started. The scarf pictured uses 2 balls each of 2 colors in Rowan’s Kid Silk Haze on US 7/4.5mm circular needles.