Workshop is held in the Studio at Purlin' J's Yarn Emporium, 2-675 Arlington Park Place, Kingston, Ontario.
Saturday 25 February: 10:00 am - 12:00 Noon AND
Wednesday 1 Mar: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Maximum 8 participants.
Yarrow Toque: This cute hat is an excellent first lace project. It is knit with bulky yarn, so you will be able to easily see the intricate lace stitches. You will learn a stretchy cast-on, four common lace stitches, and how to follow a chart. The pattern is designed by What If Knits, and the link to the free pattern can be found on Ravelry.
Students must be comfortable with the knit and purl stitches. Class is suitable for confident beginners!
Supplies to Bring:
- 100g chunky yarn. Suggested: Outback Chunky
- 6.00 mm double pointed needles (DPN's)
- 6.00 mm, 16" circular needle.
- Yarrow hat pattern is a free pattern found on Ravelry
About the Instructor:
Carol Gee has been a passionate knitter for 40 years and has been teaching others to knit for 39. She started teaching her friends how to make Icelandic knit sweaters in the 1980s, managed a Lewiscraft store for a couple of years, worked at a yarn shop in Perth for several years, and have test knit for a yarn company and a few designers . She enjoys working with people, especially when she can share her love of knitting and fibre. She have been living in Kingston for three years, and is looking forward to meeting everyone!
Refund Policy: Please provide 48 hours cancellation notice in order to be eligible for a refund.