Bermuda Scarf / Shawl
With the magic of short rows, combined with a gently self-striping yarn, create a shawl that evokes the movement of waves along the Bermudian shore.
The Bermuda Scarf can be worn as a scarf or shawl. It is made out of 2 skeins of Fingering weight yarn. Long color changes in one skein is preferable for definition of in the short rows. The second skein can be solid or speckled or another long color change of a totally different color combination.
This is a 3 session class starting Monday, May 17, 24, & 31 from 3-5pm
Pattern available on Ravelry here or in store.
Size 7-32“ circular needles.
764 yards of Fingering weight yarn
What will happen in each session:
Session 1: Pattern reading and cable cast on. Learn about German short rows. Talk about when to change colors.
Session 2: Practice German short rows.
Session 3 Binding off Loosely, work in the ends and show blocking techniques.
Gauge Notes: 15 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch
COVID-19 precautions: We will follow COVID-19 precautions in this class. We ask that wear a mask, wash your hands upon arrival, and sit at least 6 skeins (feet) from each other and your teacher.
Seats are limited to 6 participants (not including teacher) to maximize social distancing.
***As always, you get 10% off your supplies (except the pattern) purchased at the Ewe!