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Sarah Peasley
Sarah is a designer, teacher, and technical editor. She teaches at local yarn shops and guilds, for regional and national conferences, and on Craftsy.

Sarah's passion is making knitting accessible to everyone. She is known for the patience and humor with which she teaches, for the relevance and detail of her class notes, and for her ability to instill confidence and provide her students with a wide range of lasting skills.

For more about Sarah, go to sarahpeasley.com.

STITCHES Midwest 2013 Classes
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Thursday 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm     SOLD OUT
683-3 Intermediate Basic Fair Isle Techniques The Fair Isle technique has been around for centuries, but can be learned in a matter of hours. Learn to read charts like a pro. Practice knitting in the round with two colors while trapping those pesky floats. Discover the beauty of corrugated ribbing. Hold your breath while you cut open a crocheted steek. There's nothing to it. What are you waiting for?
Friday 8:30 am - 11:30 am
232-3 Intermediate Casting on for Toe-up Socks Sample a variety of cast-ons that will get your toe-up socks off and running in no time. Included are the Figure Eight cast-on, Judy's Magic Cast-on, Turkish cast-on, short-row toe, and Bosnian garter-stitch toes.
Saturday 8:30 am - 11:30 am
231-3 Intermediate Taking the 'Bind' Out of Binding Off Does your pullover get stuck on your big noggin? Why won't that circular shawl lie flat? Is a too-tight hatband cutting off the circulation to your brain? Can't get your toe-up sock over your heel? Traditional bind-offs are often too rigid and can be downright uncomfortable. Loosen up with a variety of elastic bind-off techniques that will turn your castoffs into comfy, wearable garments. Tubular, sewn, and grafted bind-offs will be included.
Saturday 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
116-3 Easy Basic Intarsia Techniques Intarsia knitting creates a single layer of multi-colored fabric, as in Christmas stockings with a jolly Santa motif or a vertically striped sweater. Learn a variety of tricks to keep your intarsia knitting on track and (mostly) tangle free, including preparing your materials, reading a chart, weaving in ends, and mastering duplicate stitch.
Sunday 8:30 am - 11:30 am
900-3 Intermediate Drop It! A dropped stitch can be your worst enemy, but once you get to know it better, you'll be great friends. You already know how to drop stitches, right? You're halfway there! Learn how to pick them back up (or not!) within a variety of stitch patterns and for a multitude of reasons. Stockinette? Seed stitch? Lace? Cables? Edge stitches? No problem!

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