Intarsia is a technique that allows you to knit an image right into your work so that it looks like your yarn magically changed from one color to the next. But if you’ve ever tried it, you may have found yourself tangled in a mess of yarn ends and bobbins. In this class, you’ll learn Debbie’s way of working intarsia, which doesn’t involve bobbins of any kind. While working on an adorable sheep motif, you’ll learn how to create “infinity” yarn, and how to make your work as neat and perfect as humanly possible.
Supplies for Class:
Worsted-weight, smooth, 100% wool yarn (not superwash) in three colors: black, white, and green (or any other background color in a mid-range tone that will contrast with both the white and the black). Pair of US 8/5mm needles or whatever is appropriate for the yarn.