--Combining a technique class with a really great project, like the Eva's Hat by Maryann Stephens.
--Teaching stranded Fair Isle
--Teaching at the Village Knittery!
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Eva's Hat/Stranded Fair Isle Class
Saturday, April 26, 2014, 9-11am
219 S. Cedar Street, Summerville, SC
To reserve your spot in class, call 843-261-9276
You'll need to know how to cast on, knit, purl and bind off. It will help if you already know how to knit in the round, but if not, I can teach you that, too :)
Supplies needed (all available for purchase at the Knittery):
1 ball of Cascade 220 sport in a light color
1 ball of Cascade 220 sport in a contrasting, darker color
(or comparable yarn).
Needles: 16" circular and double-pointed needles in US size 4 for main portion of hat (or size needed to obtain gauge) and 16" circular needles in one size smaller for the inner hem of the hat (optional).
Gauge for this hat is 28 sts and 32 rows = 4" in stockinette stitch.
Finished circumferences, when knit to gauge, are 15 1⁄2” (18”, 20 1⁄2”).
Using 16" long US size 4 circular needles (or needle used to obtain gauge), cast on either 108, 126 or 144 stitches (for small, medium or large). Join in the round (being careful not to twist stitches!) and purl 2 rounds. Using the hat pictured above as a guide, the color I cast on with was the white. The pictured hat is a size large.