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Barry Klein
Trendsetter Yarns company owner/designer Barry Klein has been knitting for 40 years. He started knitting by working in his family's knitting store, where all patterns were designed for the knitter's body. For the past 25 years he has worked as an industry teacher, doing knitting classes all over the world.
Barry has designed knitwear for magazines, along with knitwear for television shows, ice skaters, and movie stars. He has authored 5 knitting books and worked as a spokesman on Knitting Daily and other television knitting shows. He loves to share his love of yarn and everything that can be done with it. Barry has been voted one of the Top 10 Men who Knit/Design throughout history. Learn why "Let the yarn do the work" is his favorite motto.


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STITCHES East 2014 Classes
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Friday 8:30 am - 11:30 am Friday 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
3120 Intermediate It's a Swing Thing Taking a regular sweater or jacket and adding swing through a means of short rows or increase/decrease shaping can take a garment from okay to fantastic. Learn the different methods for doing this and how placement and choice of shaping can make the difference. We will experiment with different stitch patterns, style choices and fashion options so that it is clear on how to make this work. Lots of finished projects will be in class to show how it all works. This is a great hands-on class.
Saturday 8:30 am - 11:30 am
3060 Intermediate Simply Short Rows This fun technique can be used in multiple ways to create flares, extra fabric, body style details, and in wonderful ways to make your knitting easier to assemble. We will talk about and then work on the different variations of short rows. This class will help you in ways you can't imagine—sweaters that feel and fit better and accessories that drape beautifully around the neck.
Sunday 8:30 am - 11:30 am
2037 Easy Fabulous Finishing This hands-on class takes you through the complete process of putting together a sweater. We will talk about weaving techniques as we begin to assemble the sweater pieces or swatches you bring. Once we complete this process, we will discuss neck pick-ups, trims, edges, and collars. We will pick up stitches and talk about curves, proper rib finishes, and buttons and buttonholes.
Since we always learn something new when working together, this is a great class for the advanced as well as beginning knitters.



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