Introduction to Stranded Knitting

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Taught by Jessica Kaufman

Jessica Kaufman holds a Masters in Crafts Education and leads a wide variety of fiber arts and textile workshops up and down the east coast. Her top-tier teaching topics are knitting, dyeing, felting, and surface design. Formerly of Brooklyn, Jess now lives in Asheville, NC. Find her online at &
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Join us for a special 4-hour intensive workshop! If you've been curious about bringing multiple colors into your knitting projects--and we're not just talking stripes here--this is the class for you.

Taught in the round, we'll be starting a Fair Isle-type project on circular needles (hat or headband or cowl; you decide). We will go over two-color techniques (one yarn in each hand!), getting good even tension in your floats, steam blocking for a more professional looking finished project, chart reading and writing, and more!

Students should be very comfortable with the knit stitch, but no purling necessary.

Materials needed: size US 8 circular needles (16" for a hat or headband, 24" for a cowl), and as many colors of worsted weight yarn as you want to haul.

Feel free to bring a lunch or snack.

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