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Introduction to Color Knitting

  • 10/27/2018
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Lakeview Public Library, 2845 N. Sherman Ave, (Northside Town Center), Madison
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  • This class is free to current MKG members. If you need to cancel please email education@madisonknittersguild.com as soon as possible.

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Introduction to Color Knitting

This class will allow you to learn the basics of color knitting. Learn the difference between intarsia, Fair Isle and corrugated rib, then dive in and practice the technique.

Homework:

Using worsted or dk yarn and appropriate needles, cast on 30 stitches and work in stockinette for five rows. Leave stitches on needle (or place on stitch holder).

A smooth, light colored yarn is recommended.

Using worsted or dk yarn and appropriate needles, cast on 40 stitches, being careful not to twist, join for knitting in the round. Knit in stockinette for five rows.

 Leave stitches on needle (or place on stitch holder).

A smooth, light colored yarn is recommended

Bring to Class:

The homework!!! 

Bring three or four small balls of yarn, all different colors. Yarn should be same weight as yarn used in swatches.

An extra pair of needles appropriate to yarn.

The usual knitters collection of stitch markers, scissors, stitch holder

Skill Level:

Class is advanced beginner. Must be able to knit and purl and be comfortable knitting in the round, (how you knit in the round; dpns, magic loop or two circs is up to you, just be comfortable doing it).

Teacher: Kim Langley

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