With Beth Brown-Reinsel Mar 13, 10am-12pm and 2-4pm CST; Mar 14, 2-4pm CDT By knitting fingerless twined mitts, students learn the basics of this 400-year-old Swedish technique — how to work motifs, read the charts, and work a unique thumb gusset. As the mitt progresses, muscle memory is created to help in future projects! Class sessions will be recorded and remain accessible online to registered students of this class for 7 days following the event.
About Beth Brown-Reinsel
Beth Brown-Reinsel is passionate about traditional knitted garments and the techniques used to make them. She has taught workshops nationally, as well as internationally, for over 25 years. Her classes use tiny sampler sweater projects to teach technique within garment context. Beth’s book Knitting Ganseys is a classic, and she has three DVDs: Knitting Ganseys with Beth Brown-Reinsel, Color Stranded Knitting Techniques, and Sanquhar. She continues to design for Knitting Traditions, her own pattern line, and loves to prowl the storage sections of museums around the world to look for inspiration. Beth’s articles and designs have appeared in Threads, Cast On, Interweave Knits, Knitting Traditions, Piecework, Shuttle, Spindle and Dye Pot, Vogue Knitting, and Knitter's magazines. She lives in Vermont and loves New England winters! For more, go to www.knittingtraditions.com.