The Absolute Best Way to Learn How to Knit Continentally
Date & Time
Saturday, November 4, 2017, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
All Levels Welcome
Tips & Techniques
There’s nothing wrong with American/English knitting, which requires winding the yarn with your right hand. You might have learned it years ago. But do you wish you could knit faster, with fewer imperfections? Would you like to be able to seed stitch or rib with a slight turn of the wrist, speedily as if you’ve been doing this for years? In this three-hour class, you can begin knitting (or easily switch to) a more ergonomic, faster, and pain reducing method. Practice how to strategically hold the yarn with your left hand and knit and purl with incredible speed and consistency.
Technique Requirements: This class can be for a beginner as well as an experienced knitter who would like to change his or her technique.
Supplies for Class:
US 9/5.5mm needles and light-colored, smooth, well twisted (smooth), Aran-weight yarn. Gel or roller-type black or blue pen.