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Rebel Purl

2 Color Shawl Class Saturday February 25th @1PM

Regular price $90.00 USD
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I knit continental, so that is what I teach.  That means I hold the yarn in my left hand and "pick" the yarn rather than holding yarn in my right hand and "throwing".  I can demonstrate "throwing" the yarn English style, but when I am knitting, it will be continental.

Masks are required for in-person meetings.

SHAWL - This class will be making a basic 2 skein/2 color shawl.  We will discuss some basic shawl shapes, knitting with 2 colors, carrying yarn and very basic lacework. (We will go Slightly Off Center Shawl. Class includes 1 lesson meeting:  This will go over what you need to know to make the shawl.  If you would like help with finishing or during the process, feel free to drop by the shop anytime for some help.

Class takes place Saturday February 25th @1PM.  In this class we will go over reading the pattern, basic shawl shapes, carrying yarns, knitting with 2 colors, simple lace and icord bind off.  This lesson will be about 1.5-2 hours but feel free to hang in the shop after if you would like more help.  We will also go over the basics of blocking but will not be blocking today.  There will be another class specifically on blocking available. 

Materials include:  2 skeins of Rebel Purl yarn on 4 Plies of the Apocalypse, Interchangeable needles & connector cable, a stitch marker and the shawl pattern printed as well as on Ravelry & through the online shop.  If you are unable to afford the cost of the class, please come by the shop to signup for the scholarship options.

Class payment is due upon signup so that materials can be ordered.  If you need to cancel, I can offer you the materials to keep or re-schedule you for another class at a later date.


Care information

To retain bright colors, do not store in direct sunlight. Items crafted from this yarn should be handwashed (or machine washed in delicate /handwash cycle) and then either laid flat or hung to dry.

Colors should be bright and permanent, but if you find any of the dye running from your fabric or yarn, soak in hot water with a bit of acid citric acid or vinegar) then rinse well. Do not dry in a machine.