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I’ll Put a Hex on You! Hexagon Stitch and K1 Below Textures


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

With Harry Wells

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

Knitting in the stitch below can create stitch patterns with textural or color interest—or both. We’ll learn the K1 Below technique on a two-color check pattern, overview other textures, and then move on to the more complex Hexagon stitch.

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Knitting-in-the-stitch-below can create patterns with a wide variety of textural interest. We will learn and practice the K1-Below technique on a two-color check pattern and then move on to the more complex Hexagon stitch. Other textural stitches with 1, 2 and 3 colors will be presented. Also, you’ll try a complex 2-needle cast-on that is appropriate for the Hexagon Stitch and any other expansive knitted fabric.

Special skills or knowledge needed to take this class:
Be comfortable with the basics: long-tail cast-on, K, P, SSK, K2 tog.

Supply List
• Several small balls (20 g each) of worsted-weight yarn in several colors
• US 6 needles
• Stitch markers
• One needle, 3.5mm/US 4 (straight or dpn)

Optional: If you want to work on a Hexagon St cowl (worksheet provided in class) rather than various swatches of textural patterns, you will also need 2 colors (Color A and Color B) worsted weight yarn, (60 gr each) and US 6, 24” Circular Needle. With this option you should complete the optional homework.

Additional information

Skill Level

Main Technique


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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Liz D.
Must take class!

Harry Wells exhibits and expertise on this class. You can tell that he loves what he does and is passionate about his work. I was so inspired after taking this class. Don't hesitate just sign up for this class.

Christy C.
Prepared and well versed

I learned lots more than I thought I would. Harry knows his stitches.

Diane J.
Easy to Follow

The instructor did a great job both explaining and demonstrating the stitches taught. I will be looking for new ways to use what I learned.