Intarsia in the Round
Instructor: Lisa Ellis
Advanced Beginner - Must have previously completed at least one hat project
Intarsia by definition is “Picture knitting” in the flat. Intarsia was associated with Argyle socks which were knit in the flat and then seamed. Today, Intarsia can be worked in the round using some ingenious tricks. Class covers the pro’s and con’s to Intarsia and the various options utilized in Intarsia in the round.
Supplies Student Should Bring to Class:
2 skeins of worsted weight yarn (each a different color), US size 6 in 16-inch circular needles and DPN’s, a crochet hook, open stitch markers, scissors, and tapestry needle.
Supplies Provided by Instructor: Class syllabus, class sample project.
Time: 1:00pm to 3:00pm
$40 (No materials fee)