The Plaidaptation poncho is a very versatile garment! Enter Plaidaptation --- the poncho that rescues plaid from extinction. This poncho is a very easy knit, yet when put together it looks elegant. It utilizes a couple of different techniques to create the "plaid" pattern, including colorwork and surface crochet.
It is a 2 panel project, which is then sewn together, and you can choose to add buttons. The class will cover how to make 1 panel. The 2nd panel will be created on your own time after the class is finished, and then you can schedule a private lesson if you need help sewing it together! There are 2 sizes available, which makes it perfect for anyone!
This is a 3 session class, on February 6th, 13th and 20th from 5-7pm.
After each class you will be asked to go home and do some "homework" by continuing on your poncho. The goal is to have the entire 1st panel done, or almost done, by the end of the 3rd class.
Supplies are NOT included in the class, so you will need to get the following supplies prior to the class starting:
- Plaidaptation pattern by Aunt Ninny. It can be found free on Ravelry here.
- US size 6/32" circular
- US size 8/32 circular
- Either an I, J, or K crochet hook
- Stitch Markers
- Darning Needle
- 3 different colors of worsted weight yarn. We recommend the Woolstok, or the Ella Rae, which can be found in store or online
- Yardage for S/M:
- MC: 436 yds
- CC1: 218 yds
- CC2: 218 yds
- Yardage for L/XL:
MC: 654 yds
CC1: 218 yds
CC2: 218 yds
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 9 students and the instructor to maximize social distancing.
Please let us know if you have any questions about this class!