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|Date:||Saturday, October 19, 2019|
|Time:||2:00 - 5:00|
The texture and modular construction of Entrelac makes these mittens very warm even in the coldest weather. Tiers or rows of blocks, slanting alternately to left and right to create the distinctive woven effect.
Techniques included are provisional cast on, decreases, picking up stitches.
Knitted in the round from the top down, you do not have to make any starting triangles and you can fit them to your hand as you go.
Prerequisites: Good intermediate skills - Pattern reading. Some knowledge of entrelac is helpful but not essential. Great for the adventurous knitter.
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There are no material fees for this workshop.
Students must bring: 250 yds sport/DK weight yarn, wool is best for warmth, 3.25mm (3US) needles (or size needed to get the gauge), either double points (bamboo are less likely to slip) or a circular about 21” or longer (any length is fine, it will be looped between blocks),
stitch holder (you can use a spare double point or circular needle the same size or smaller), a crochet hook a couple of sizes larger than the needles for the cast on chain and a hook a size smaller than your needles if you want to use one to pick up stitches, at least 2 removable stitch markers, and a few inches of smooth scrap yarn to cast on.