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Neighborhood Knits - Lace: How to Read a Chart with Barbara Rottman

  • 09/30/2017
  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Sow's Ear - 125 S. Main Street, Verona
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Once mastered, knitting lace from charts is easier, faster, and less prone to error than other methods.  This simple lozenge lace scarf (or bookmark) will introduce you to knitting lace from a chart.  We will talk about tips and tricks to make knitting lace easy and fun!


Necessary materials:

1.  Bring pen and paper 

2.  Print handout

3.  Scarf requires 50 to 100 grams lace fingering weight yarn (depending on length of scarf)

4.  1 pair knitting needles 2 sizes larger than recommended for the yarn(generally anything between US size 3 and US size 5 straight or circular)

5.  yarn needle for darning in ends

6.  stitch markers

 

Required advance work: Cast on required number of stitches for edge (see handout) and knit edge as directed.  Leave on needles and bring to class.

 

Experience level required: Know how to increase and decrease







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