Beads in a Cast-on!
With Jean Elizabeth Glass
Aug 6, 10:00am-12:00pm CDT
Add bling to your cast-on by working beads into an amazing waterfall patterned edge. It’s fun, easy, and looks fabulous!
Class sessions will be recorded and remain accessible online to registered students of the class for 14 days following the event.
Come learn an exciting new way to put beads in your knitting — on your cast-on! You can make so many lovely things using these techniques like a gorgeous waterfall beaded edge on a shawlette. Once you know how to use these techniques you will want to use it on everything from scarves to shrugs! Jean Elizabeth will be there to guide you through this process step by step all the while telling you about knitting with beads and the many ways you can use beads in your knitting. You will practice three separate cast-ons and walk away with the skills to make many wonderful projects. It’s fun, easy, and it looks fabulous!
Special skills or knowledge needed to take this class:
Knit, cast-on, bind-off
An optional kit is available for this class:
Follow this link to purchase your kit for $29.99 https://www.beadbiz.org/product/Beads_in_a_Cast_on_Thre%20e_Techniques/1210
Kit includes: 1 tube size 6/0 Czech seed beads, 1 tube Japanese long magatama seed beads, 50 yards A Hundred Ravens fingering weight yarn, a big eye needle, and a size 0.8 mm Fleegle Beader. Many color choices available
Order by July 30th. Or call for faster shipping options
Due to time and shipping restraints, kits may be unavailable to students outside the US.
__1 Tube 6/0 Czech Glass Seed Beads
__1 Tube Japanese Long Magatama Seed Beads
__1 Mini-Skein (50 yards) A Hundred Ravens Aesir Hand-dyed Merino Superwash
__1 Big Eye Beading Needle
__1 0.8mm Fleegle Beader
*An optional kit can be purchased which contains the top 5 items in the supply list at https://www.beadbiz.org/product/Beads_in_a_Cast_on_Thre%20e_Techniques/1210
__Knitting Basics: Sharp scissors, Notebook, Pen or pencil with eraser, Stitch markers, Tapestry needles (large and small), Tape measure, Small calculator, Needles and crochet hooks of various sizes