Fingerless Gloves Lace Workshop

[print_link] 6 hours (one 6-hour session or two 3-hour sessions) In this project workshop we will discuss the tools and yarns used to knit lace, review how to follow lace charts, make a gauge swatch, and knit the first of a pair of fingerless gloves. For the intermediate knitter. Students should know how to cast on, bind off, knit, and purl, and should have completed several projects. Students must also know how to knit in the round on double-pointed needles.

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Morning / Session 1 Discuss my research and trip to Alaska Special stitches used Charting review Make a gauge swatch CO and begin knitting Afternoon / Session 2 Relax and knit! Working back and forth for thumb opening Stretchy bind off Blocking Materials Size 3 double-pointed (you may need smaller or larger needles to get gauge, bring sizes 1 to 4 if you have them) Approx 250 yards of lace-weight yarn of any animal fiber in a light color Stitch markers Sticky notes (recommended) or row counter Basic knitting tools Handouts will be provided Pattern is in Arctic Lace Shop owners? Guilds? Please contact me to find out prices and schedule.

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