Mohair Bias Loop (Tuesdays)

Mohair Bias Loop is airy and ethereal and can be worn long or wrapped once. It knits up relatively quickly on fat needles. Since it is knit on the bias (diagonally), it has an extra element of depth to it with stitches always being increased and decreased. Geared towards the advanced beginner, this is a great class if you feel very comfortable knitting and purling and want to try something more difficult. Marie will walk you through the temporary crochet cast-on, teach you increasing and decreasing, and finally, show you how to use the kitchener stitch perfectly every time.

When: Tuesdays, February 19th and March 12th 6:00 - 8:00 PM

Required Skills:

  • Must be very comfortable knitting and purling

    Taught Skills:

    • Temporary crochet cast-on
    • Increasing and decreasing
    • Kitchener stitch

        Homework: None for first class

          Materials: 

          • 2 skeins of Shibui Silk Cloud in differing colors wound into half balls
          • US 10 or US 10.5 wood needles - can be straights or circular (16" or 24")
          • General Notions 

          Pattern: Mohair Bias Loop

          Instructor: Marie

          Please note that all sales are final for classes, workshops, K2TOGs, and lectures. No exchanges or refunds can be made.


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