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*CLASS: Intro to Colorwork - Sander Cowl SATURDAY 7/20 9:30-11:30 am

*CLASS: Intro to Colorwork - Sander Cowl SATURDAY 7/20 9:30-11:30 am

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Intro to Colorwork: Sander Cowl

Photo credit: Kristin Drysdale

Join us for a fun beginning colorwork class!

In the frosty North, two-color knitting was invented to make a thicker and warmer garment. Beyond the practical side of stranded knitting, colorwork adds contrast and beauty. Besides it’s a blast to knit. The pattern in this cowl is very rewarding because it looks complicated, but it is actually a simple XO pattern repeat. It’s knit in the round with minimal shaping, so you can concentrate on the colorwork without worrying about anything else. In Norwegian, patterns like this one with an XO repeat are called Kors and Kringle, which translates to a Cross and a Cookie (or a pastry). Don’t you love that?  - Kristin Drysdale

Instructor: Shari Besser

Cost: $30 class fee + materials

Date: Saturday, July 20, 9:30-11:30 am

***Note: This class will require some pre-work. You will need to complete 8 rounds of K2, P2 ribbing in your main color prior to class.  

Level: Adventurous Beginner. Prior to this class, you need to be able to cast on, knit, purl, knit in the round and read a pattern. This class is for participants 18+.

Skills: We will cover how to knit with 2 colors, how to knit with yarn in both hands,  how to read a chart, backward loop increase, K2tog decrease.

Pattern: Sander Cowl by Kristin Drysdale ($6.00 - included in class fee)

Materials: 10% off with class purchase. Please purchase project yarn at Rose Yarn Co.

Instructor Bio: From Shari Besser – “I’ve been teaching classes since 1998, when my twins graduated from high school, and Zandy from Zandy’s yarn shop took a chance on me! I learn more from people than I teach! My grandma taught me to crochet and knit a bit, but a friend sat me down and taught me the basics, I’m so thankful for her! I’m still learning and in awe of what so many accomplish. I might be a familiar face as I’ve taught at a few shops!”

 

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