|Date:||Friday, October 14, 2022|
|Time:||9:00 - 12:00|
Grafting magically joins knitted pieces to look like they were knit as a single piece. It can seem intimidating and resources for stitch patterns other than stockinette are hard to find. During this class, we’ll take a deep dive into the rhyme and reason behind basic grafting and then learn how to deduce what to do with unobvious stitch patterns. We’ll even graft some lace! You’ll come away with skills to analyze how to graft practically anything.
Skill Level Required: Advanced Beginner and up. Students must be able to work knit/purl combinations and have the ability to tell the difference between knits and purls. Grafting lace will be discussed and demonstrated – ability to knit lace would be helpful for understanding that discussion.
Homework: Yes – please email firstname.lastname@example.org for copy after registration.
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MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS WORKSHOP
There is no material fee for this class.
Students must bring: Completed homework swatches still on needle and a tapestry needle
We also suggest bringing a battery operated light should you need additional lighting.