Pitch is a striking coat that pairs classic cables and moss stitch with a chic silhouette. Cabled bands travel up the open fronts, unexpectedly pitching away from the center to travel diagonally down the shoulders and back, while simultaneously flowing into ribbed lapels. In woolen-spun Shelter yarn, Pitch is a timeless piece with plenty of contemporary flourish.
Join Steph in creating a Pitch for yourself this year! She will help guide you through this intermediate cabled pattern while sharing her tips and tricks for making your cables pop. This class is a great choice for those wishing to progress their knitting skills and venture out into more complex levels of sweater work.
When: Tuesdays, January 14th & 28th, February 4th &18th, and March 3rd & 24th from 6-8PM
- Must be very comfortable knitting and purling
- Must have knit a sweater
- Suitable for the Intermediate Knitter
- Cabling without Cable Needles
- Mixing European and English Knitting to make your Cables Pop
- Sweater Construction
- Decreasing in Pattern
- Chart Reading
- Navigating Multiple Instruction Sets
Homework: Please Arrive with Swatch Prepared
- Brooklyn Tweed Shelter or Alternate Yarn needed
- US 7, 32" Needle
- General Notions
Pattern: Pitch by Emily Greene
Please note that all sales are final for classes, workshops, K2TOGs, and lectures. No exchanges or refunds can be made.