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Sandi Rosner
Sandi Rosner is a designer, technical editor, teacher and writer. She is the author of Not Just Socks, Not Just More Socks and Not Just Socks for Kids, a series of books using self-striping sock yarn. Sandi's designs and articles have appeared in Twist Collective, Knitter's Magazine, Interweave Knits, and Knit and Style. She also designs for many yarn companies. Sandi is the head technical editor for Twist Collective and is a producer for the PBS television series Knit and Crochet Now!

Sandi draws on her experience as a former yarn store owner to work with students of all skill levels. She loves exploring new techniques and is a sucker for the little details that make the difference between homemade and handmade.

STITCHES West 2012 Classes
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Friday 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm     SOLD OUT
580-3 Intermediate Fearless Fair Isle Stranded Fair Isle style colorwork is a classic technique that belongs in every knitter's repertoire. Experiment with 1-handed and 2-handed methods to see which is more comfortable for you. Learn simple tricks for keeping your tension even. See why certain color combinations sing while others fall flat. You'll leave with the beginning of a hat, or a finished headband.
Saturday 8:30 am - 11:30 am
376-3 Intermediate Kids Socks Do you know children who are envious of your hand knit socks? Most sock patterns are published for adult sizes. In this class, we'll celebrate little feet. You'll find out about children's sock sizes and fitting issues. You'll learn to adapt a pattern planned for adults to children's sizes. You'll see how to design your own kids socks from the ground up (or cuff down). We'll explore the details and flourishes that will have the little ones lining up to be the next recipient of socks knit by you!
Saturday 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
575-3 Easy Partners, Pairs and Perfect Matches Sometimes the perfect yarn is actually 2 or more yarns in combination! Combining yarns of different colors and textures can create a fabric that is more than the sum of its parts. Practice mixing yarns and learn which bring out the best in each other and which should go their separate ways.
Sunday 8:30 am - 11:30 am
535-3 Easy Making the Most of Self-Striping Yarns The market is full of yarns that are dyed to make lovely stripes. Take advantage of these yarns to produce beautiful, flattering garments. Learn to analyze the stripe patterns so you can predict and control your results. Break free from horizontal stripes and see what happens with vertical, diagonal, and modular patterns.

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