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Class - Lisa’s Elegant I-Cord Edge Workshop: Saturday, September 14, from 1:30 - 3:30pm; with Lisa Carney-Fenton

Twisted Classes

Class - Lisa’s Elegant I-Cord Edge Workshop: Saturday, September 14, from 1:30 - 3:30pm; with Lisa Carney-Fenton

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Twisted Classes Class - Lisa’s Elegant I-Cord Edge Workshop: Saturday, September 14, from 1:30 - 3:30pm; with Lisa Carney-Fenton

Knitting stripe patterns is engaging, however all those color changes can mean weaving in many ends or having an edge to your work that looks “messy.” In this class you will learn how to conceal the contrast color yarn at the side of your work. This technique can be applied to your own designs, or to most designs using stripes and contrast colors in pattern work. In this class we will learn how to carry the yarn for a two row stripe and a multi-row stipe pattern, while “hiding” the yarn not in use at the edge of the work. The yarn can easily be picked-up a few rows later when you work with it again. This Elegant I-Cord Edge technique creates a clean, polished, finished edge to all your knitted projects. A pattern showcasing this technique was first published in the Knitty Winter 2016 issue of their online magazine. Designs featuring this technique were also published in the Brooklyn Tweed Outpost Newsletter Winter 2017 and will be included in The Yarnery Wearwithall Pattern lines for Winter 2019.

Please read our class policies and cancellation information before registering.

TEACHER
Special guest teacher, designer Lisa Carney-Fenton!

SKILL LEVEL
Intermediate

SKILLS REQUIRED
Long tail or knitted cast on, knit and purl stitches, familiar with changing yarn colors, comfortable working with 2-3 colors of yarn at one time.

SKILLS LEARNED
How to create an elegant i-cord edge while working with multiple colors.

HOMEWORK
n/a

MATERIALS
Either bring your own or before/during class get 20% off your purchase of the following:

  • Yarn: approximately 100 yards each of three contrasting colors of worsted weight yarn.
  • Needles: appropriate needles to obtain a gauge of 5 sts to the inch.
  • Pattern: n/a

Photo © Lisa Carney-Fenton