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Neighborhood Knits - RoundTable - Freeform Workshop

  • 01/16/2021
  • 01/30/2021
  • 2 sessions
  • 01/16/2021, 2:00 PM 4:00 PM (CST)
  • 01/30/2021, 2:00 PM 4:00 PM (CST)
  • via zoom
  • 12

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The Freeform Workshop has two sessions The first two-hour class will discuss the basics of freeform, and students will begin their own explorations of the technique. The second class will include "show and tell" of each student’s  work since the first class.  The second session is an expansion of ideas and concepts. Students will discuss options on how to use their pieces when completed.  

Each student will create a unique piece, as that is the nature of freeform. Freeform classes are open to both knitters and crocheters.

Skill Level: advanced beginner, knit and purl with ease (or crochet with ease)

Supplies: Small amounts of yarn,different weights, colors and textures. Leftovers are fine, can use as little as 4 or 5 yards. More is better, have at least 8 of these “small amount of yarn”. Try to avoid extremely fine or extremely heavy yarn.

An assortment of needle sizes appropriate for the various yarns; with smaller freeform pieces, shorter needles tend to be easier to use.

The usual notions: scissors, stitch markers (if desired), tapestry needle, tape measure, etc.

Paper and pencil to take notes and/or make sketches

Instructor: Lisa Louie


Zoom link will be sent in receipt for class registration.

The RoundTable format.

Members will enter the meeting on mute.

The session will begin with a mini-lecture on the topic by the Instructor. 

We ask participants to mute their mic during this segment.

During the lecture segment, use the Chat function on Zoom to write down any questions that pop in your head. 

After the lecture segment, the Instructor will review the questions in the Chat and open the RoundTable to discussion by the participants. 

An Instructor may email a handout before class to define the discussion or suggest a “homework” to try out a technique that will be discussed during the RoundTable.

Please remember that a RoundTable is an academic discussion. We ask that all participants stay on topic and respect the opinions of other participants.



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