Making Triangular Shawls with Sequence Knitting with Cecelia Campochiaro

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August 28, 2020 12:00 pm
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August 28, 2020 3:00 pm

$65.00

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Class Title:  Making Triangular Shawls with Sequence Knitting

Teacher Name: Cecelia Campochiaro

Class Length: 3 hours

Class Fee: $65.00

Class Day/Time: Friday, 12:00 noon to 3:00 pm

Class Description:

This is a project class to begin a Rizumu shawl using sequence knitting. In sequence knitting textured fabric is created through the repetition of a sequence of stitches, like k2, p2. When this approach is used to make triangles, beautiful and rich textures happen. Students will learn about different triangle shapes that are sequence-knitting friendly, different stitch patterns, tips on edges and finishing, and how to catch mistakes. There will be some swatching to see different effects, and students can cast on a shawl of their own.

Cecelia’s class is graciously sponsored by Universal Yarn


Level:  Advanced beginners and beyond. Students must be able to cast on, bind off, knit, purl, increase and decrease without help.


Registration necessary, class size limited 


Supplies Needed: Students should bring 1 small ball of solid-color yarn and appropriate needles for swatching. The yarn can be any weight from fingering to bulky. If students want to begin a Rizumu in class, or discuss whether a yarn would be suitable for their own sequence knitting shawl, they are encouraged to bring their yarns. The Rizumu pattern as written requires two 400-yard balls of fingering-weight yarn and size 3 needles (3.25 mm), but like all sequence knitting, it can easily be adapted to different weights of yarn.


Materials Fee: $4.00, payable to teacher in class.


Homework:  None


A 3.00 electronic administrative fee will be added for all online registration transactions.


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