Resolving Short Rows, Sunday, October, 29, 10am to 12:30pm
This fun class will set you on your way to knitting the Jubilee Hat, featured in Tolt's new book, A Sense of Place. We'll focus on how to resolve short rows! Did you know that depending on whether you are knitting or purling and which side of your work you are on, there is a different way you should be resolving your short rows? In this class, we will learn how to do each one! This is an class for Confident / Intermediate Beginners. Required skills include knitting, purling, and working in the round.
“Perfect for gifting, this festive little hat flies off your needles during the holiday season. Sized for the whole family, from babies to adults, it uses short rows to create cozy ear flaps to keep everyone from baby to papa toasty during an early winter hike.” — Andrea Mowry
Materials: The Jubilee Hat pattern from A Sense of Place Suggested Yarn: You will need between 100 yards (for Newborn) to 280 yards (for Adult Large) of DK Weight yarn. We used Green Mountain Spinnery Mewesic and Snoqualmie Valley Yarn. Suggested Needles: US5 / 3.75mm - 16 in / 40 cm Miscellaneous/Notions: Stitch marker, paper, pencil
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