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No skill required
Basic Know basic stitches (knit, purl or single crochet, double crochet).
Easy You should know the basics, how to increase and decrease, and have made at least one project.
Intermediate You should have worked with a few stitch patterns and should be familiar wtih basic garment shaping.
Advanced You should have made several garments in various stitch patters and should comfortable making minor changes to patterns. Advanced is fun and challenging for thinking knitters.
Beth is a knitting teacher, designer, and technical editor whose curiosity has led her to visit many countries (stranded color, EPS, k1b, lace, ...) on the knitting-world map. Originally from New England, she now lives in San Francisco, where mountains, ocean, and Haight Street are always good sources of inspiration. What she loves most about teaching is finding ways to make light bulbs pop on in her students' heads and helping them grow as knitters. www.bethwhitesidedesign.com.
STITCHES West 2015 Classes
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Thursday 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
7068 Intermediate Through, On, & Around: KLITCH your Knits!
Knotting, Lacing, Inlay, Twining, Couching (faux), Hemstitching: amp up your knitting with these 6 afterthought embellishing techniques!
That single skein of pretty sitting in your stash can add pizazz to plain knitting (hand-made or store-bought!), cinch in a waist taper, or cover up an extended edging. You will practice all these techniques in class, as well as get ideas for using and extending them. Come learn to KLITCH!
Sunday 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
6118 Easy Cowl-o-rama!
Design your own cowl! Keep it simple or make it complex; class concepts will help you decide how much youâ€™re ready to take on.
Youâ€™ll learn about types of stitch patterns, pattern repeats ('multiple of 6 sts') and balancing stitches (the '+ 2' in 'multiple of 6 sts + 2'), selvedge stitches, options for working with large stitch repeats and panels, and considerations for working methods (flat or circular? widthwise or lengthwise?), all of which influence and affect overall design possibilities.
At the end of class youâ€™ll be on your way to your own cowl designs.