Bavarian Twisted Knitting
Bavarian knitting, originating from the Bavarian Alps region of Europe comprises of traveling cables against twisted stitches. The twisted stitches create clean and well-defined stitches while the traveling cables have a nice design element and are usually 2 stitch cables that don't use cable needles at all. The pattern appearance and charts seem complicated, yet once you understand the chart symbols, it becomes easy to follow and addicting! It's a classic design and looks great on men, women and children.
We'll practice in class a 2-color cast on, reading a Bavarian chart, working cables without a cable needle along with 4 basic Bavarian cable sts.
Required Skills: Advanced Beginner and above. Must be able to work in the round.
Instructor: Lisa Ellis
Supplies Student Should Bring to Class: 1 skein of light worsted weight yarn, US size 5 needle in 16-inch circular needles (please no magic loops or 2 sets of circular needles), St markers .
Supplies provided by Instructor: Pattern and handouts provided in class.
Day/Time: Saturday, Oct. 20, 10:00 - 12:00
Sale Price: $45 - for registration received no later than August 31.
Regular Price: $55 - for registration received Sept. 1 or later.