Have you ever wanted to try a lace pattern (knitting with *planned* holes)? Intimidated by patterns with charts? This shawlette's designer, Joyce Fassbender, says the following:
'I often hear knitters lament: “I could never knit a shawl, they take too long.” “I could never knit lace, it’s too difficult.” To the naysayers I say, “Pshaw! Silence your doubts, my lovely knitters. You can indeed knit a lace shawl and it will be fabulous!” The Psh-shawl is great project for those new to lace. With fairly simple lace repeats, it works up quickly in dk weight yarn. Psh-shawl is a reminder that, as knitters, we can do anything our hearts desire with our sticks and string.'
You will learn the basics of yarn-overs (yo), increases, and decreases needed to make this stylish geometric shawl, as well as how to read charts associated with the pattern.
Supplies (not included with price of class, please buy needed supplies at Sun Dragon):
- Approximately 370 yards of a DK weight yarn
- Size 8 24" circular needles
- Stitch Markers
If you can't make this time, contact me to arrange a lesson at another time.
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