Honey Cowl • Saturday, 4/6

$36.00

Saturday, April 6th
11:00am-1:00pm

A simple slip stitch pattern cowl creates a waffle-like fabric for supple drape. Deceptively simple, this cowl works up quickly for yourself. You’ll find yourself knitting this time and time again as a great gift.

5 in stock

Description

Saturday, April 6th from 11:00 am – 1:00pm

A simple slip stitch pattern cowl creates a waffle-like fabric for supple drape. This flexible pattern can be worked in four difference sizes using just one or 2 skeins of yarn. Use a DK or worsted weight yarn for a bright pop of color or grab 2 contrasting yarns and learn how to turn this slipped stitch pattern into a polka-dot inspired cowl. Deceptively simple, this cowl works up quickly for yourself. You’ll find yourself knitting this time and time again as a great gift.

Time: One 2-hour class

Level 2 Angora: You should be comfortable knitting, purling, and casting on, and ready to try new types of stitches.

Skills you need:

  • comfortable with knitting & purling
  • casting on

Skills you’ll learn:

  • Slip stitches
  • How to read a pattern

Materials:

  • DK or Worsted weight yarn (wool or wool-blend) approximately 200 yards for shorter length and 400 yards for longer version
  • US 8 (DK) or 9 (Worsted) 24″ Circular needles (32″ for longer version)
  • Closed stitch marker to identify beginning of round
  • Tapestry needle to weave in ends
  • Print out a free copy of Honey Cowl pattern

Preparation:

  • read over pattern before class and we will discuss it in depth in class before we start knitting
  • have your supplies purchased and yarn wound before the start of class
  • Cast on the number of stitches for the length desired, join without twisting (we can help you at the shop with this), place a marker at the beginning of the row and knit 4 rounds.

Carolina Kidwell-Bozeman loves playing with fiber in all forms. There is nothing more satisfying to her than spreading the therapeutic, creative and joyous qualities inherent in knitting. Carolina has been knitting since the age of 9, and picked it back up in college where she benefited from the meditative process of knitting instead of focusing only finishing the project. In her own knitting she embraces playing with color and texture when choosing a pattern.