Intro to Mosaic Knitting (Evening)

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Mosaic knitting has been present in many popular designs and it's no wonder why! With simple slipped stitches you can achieve beautiful motifs that look like traditional stranded colorwork.

Join Ann as she guides you through the process of knitting the Earth Weave cowl by Kim Sequeira. Students should be comfortable with the knit and purl stitches.

Class Dates:

Thursday evenings from 6-8 at Purl2; November 7, 14, 21 and December 5th

Class Supplies:

  • Copy of Earth Weave Cowl by Kim Sequeira (free download on raverly here)
  • 2 skeins of DK or Worsted Weight yarn; one light and one dark to achieve a high contrast
  • US 7, 8 0r 9 24" circular needles to achieve a gauge of approx. 4sts/inch after blocking.
  • One 24" circular needle 1-2 sizes smaller for top and bottom borders
  • 1 stitch marker
  • scissors and tapestry needle for finishing work

Homework to bring to class 1:

Use a very stretchy cast-on such as Twisted German, Old Norwegian or long tail, with smaller needle and Main Color cast on 128 stitches and join in the round.

Work K1,P1 ribbing for 4 rounds

Using larger needle, join Contrast Color and knit 2 rounds in stockinette (knit all stitches)

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