Intarsia is traditionally worked back and forth, and can incorporate many colors in the same row, knit with one color at a time. Projects are usually worked flat and seamed. Over the years, Anne has been asked if it could be done in the round, and the answer was “you could, but it is so complex that it isn’t worth the effort”. Then she sat down and figured out a more efficient method that really works! Amaze your friends by doing something that common knowledge says cannot be done, and make a fabulous pair of Zig Zag Socks! $60
Date/Time: Sundays, Dec 4, 11, 18; 1-3pm
Materials: Two colors of fingering-weight yarn, highly contrasting is the best. Size US 1 needles, either DPNs or circs as needed to knit in the round.
Included: Zig Zag Socks pattern by Anne Berk (if you wish to learn intarsia in the round without doing this project, we can contact Anne and work out an alternate plan for you)
Homework: Knit the ribbing as directed in the pattern, in whichever color your prefer
Prerequisites: Previous experience with intarsia is required for this class.
Skills learned: Intarsia knitting without seams.