Class Name: Learn Knitted Cables Series – Section Three – Small Projects Pt 3
Class Date: Thursday December 13th
Class Hours: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Instructor: Terry King
Class Cost: $35 per 2 hour session
Skill Level: Experienced beginner and up
Class Description: Cabling is a technique for creating textural twists, plaits, braids, and other designs in your knitted projects. The most well known use of cables is the traditional Aran Fisherman’s Sweaters. The basic technique for creating these textures is through the rearrangement of the order the stitches are worked. In this series we will work through several projects of increasing complexity between now and the holidays, giving you the opportunity to create gifts with your new skills. The main projects in the series will begin with the New Year when we all have more time to work larger projects.
Section One will begin by learning basic twists combined with texture. We will knit the Green Forest headband by Renata Ridley this class will be 2 parts.
Section Two will incorporate our new skills with traveling stitches and knitting in the round with Stovetop by Tin Can Knits and will also be a 2 part class.
Section Three will move onto creating your own small project like throw pillows, cowls, or something similiar.
Section Four will be where you can choose your own large cabled project like a pullover, cardigan, or blanket and will start after the New Year.
Section Three: Small Projects – Hats, Cowls, Throw Pillows, or Mitts
Gauge: per your selected project
Stovetop by Tin Can Knits (available on Ravelry and in their book Road Trip)
Irish Moss Toque by Alexandra Charlotte Dafoe
Diamonds and Cable Pillow Cover by Jennifer Wilby
Celtic Rowan Pillow Barbara A Pott
Brickletown Mitts by Elizabeth Doherty
Boreale Brioche Braids by Latisha Wilcox (this one is brioche cables, you must already know how to work 2 color brioche stitch to do this one in class)
Or you may choose from this Ravelry search (you will need to be logged into Ravelry to view the search): Small Cabled Projects
Skills you should have: You should know how to cast on, knit, purl, alternate between knit & purl, bind off, and the basic principles of cabling.
Skills you will learn: How to: twist stitches left & right to create cables, read cable charts, and size your project to fit.
Homework: Please select your project, purchase your pattern & materials, have yarn wound if needed, and swatch for gauge if needed before class time.
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Date: December 13, 2018
Start time: 10:00 a.m.
End time: 12:00 p.m.
Venue: Yarn Refuge
Directions: 3368 Lakeside Ct, Reno, NV. Next to Swill Coffee & Wine.