Marshland Sweater Class
This is a great class for individuals who have dabbled in colorwork but want to refine their technique. This is also a great project for people who would like to start their first sweater. In the three weeks we will discuss color/theory, colorwork tension, keeping track of charts, different colorwork techniques and of course sweater construction. This is a great intermediate class, though intimidating is easier than it appears.
This is a 3 session class, on March 4th, March 18th, and April 1st from 5-6:30 pm.
This is a great class for someone wanting to learn how to knit a sweater. Some experience colorwork is preferred. This class is geared to build colorwork skills. tension, colorwork techniques chart reading,
After each class you will be asked to go home and do some "homework" by working further in your sweater, that way you are in the spot you need to be before the next class!
Supplies are NOT included in the class, so you will need to come prepared with the following:
- The Marshland Sweater by Tin Can Knits. It can be purchased on Ravelry here.
- US size 6/32" circular needles
- US size 8/32" circular needles
- 5 colors of a Worsted weight yarn. We recommend Woolstok, SimplyNatural, Ella Rae.
- A few stitch markers of your choice
- Darning Needle
- Highlighter Tape
Any supplies bought for the class will receive a 10% discount. This offer is only available in store.
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 8 students and the instructor to maximize social distancing.
Please let us know if you have any questions about this class!