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Early Bird!

Center-out Knitting

$80.00

Price includes 3 hours of class. Early Bird ends 01/17/22.

With Xandy Peters

Mar 4, 9:00am-12:00pm

This class is an overview of techniques and shaping used to create flat pieces from the center out.

 

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Description

This class is a guided tour of the possibilities of center-out accessories. We will look at 3 different cast-on methods for center-out projects and the unique strengths of each method. After casting on, we will try out different arrangements and types of increases to build different shawl, blanket, and scarf shapes such as a square or other regular polygon, rectangle, oblong, almond, and classic circular “pi” shawl. Many traditional lace and colorwork motifs work with these shapes for spectacular results. Students are encouraged to bring circular and double pointed needles and will learn how to convert patterns to work with whichever tools they prefer. By the end of the class, students will feel confident using these cast-on methods to create center-out accessories and add stitch and color patterns to various shapes.

Special skills or knowledge needed to take this class:
Students should have experience knitting, purling, increasing, decreasing, working in the round, and reading patterns.

Supply List
• 1 or more colors of yarn, large scraps are fine.
• US 7 and 8 (4.5 and 5mm) circular and double pointed needles—extra needles may be helpful
• Stitch markers in 2 or more colors
• Scratch paper
• 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

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Skill Level

Main Technique

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What you want to know about center out knitting, from the cast on to potential uses

Xandy is an excellent teacher, and I keep taking her classes. This one does not have a specific project associated with the class, and no project patterns, but there are lots of well demonstrated cast on options, and the handout is well illustrated for reference later. Xandy is so calm, supportive, and reassuring. It's hard to teach on the virtual format, where it must feel somewhat like an echo chamber, and she seems to anticipate what a learner wants to know.

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