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NO SKILLS REQUIRED No previous experience in the craft is required.
EASY You should know the basics of the craft and have made at least one project.
INTERMEDIATE You should be comfortable with the craft and ready to learn something new.
ADVANCED You should have made several projects and should be comfortable making minor changes to patterns. Advanced is fun and challenging for thinking crafters.
Anne Kuo Lukito
Anne fell into designing shortly after she taught herself to knit. Since then, Anne has been prolific in her designs. her work has appeared in several books and magazines, including Interweave Knits, Knitscene, Twist Collective and Knitting. Aside from teaching
and designing for and publishing her own pattern line, Anne recently started a small company, Crafty Diversions, which distributes other designers' patterns, books and products to yarn shops. Anne loves meeting other crafty people and teaching others the art of knitting.
She is based in sunny southern California. If it weren't for bouts of insomnia, Anne would never find time to knit or use up her abundance of creative energy, or was it the other way around?
Anne's patterns, tutorials and blog can be found on her website, annekuolukito.com
STITCHES West 2012 Classes
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Thursday 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm SOLD OUT
222-3 Intermediate Kitchener like a Pro!
Great finishing techniques can really make your knitting look professional. The Kitchener stitch is great for grafting seamlessly in stockinette stitch, but what about other pattern stitches like seed or rib? We will learn how to work Kitchener in pattern so that you can have invisible joins, whether in cables, seed stitch, rib or other textured stitches â€” just like a pro!
Friday 8:30 am - 11:30 am
412-3 Intermediate Mera Shrug
The Mera Shrug is a versatile and stylish piece worked top-down with raglan sleeves. The back is rounded using short rows and the cuffs and border are workedÂ in a very attractive, reversible cable. Learn all the elements necessary to make your own successful full-sized Mera by working a mini-version.
Note: Must be able to read a chart.
Friday 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
312-3 Intermediate Turn that Sock into a Glove
You love the sock pattern you are working on but wouldnâ€™t it be nice to have matching or coordinating gloves or fingerless mitts? Learn how to adapt and modify the stitch pattern in your favorite sock or sock pattern into gloves. Weâ€™ll examine the various design elements of your sock, how to chose and adapt the stitch pattern(s), and how to fit special details into a gloveâ€™s construction.