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  • Beginner Hat - On the C Train Class

Beginner Hat - On the C Train Class

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Beginner Hat - On the C Train Hat Class - Sign up at Baaad Anna's Yarn Store.

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Want to build on your basic knitting skills? The On The C Train Hat by Espace Tricot is the perfect next step pattern!

Learn to knit a classic ribbed style toque in the round on circular needles or DPNs, we will also cover how to determine the perfect length and fit, add a brim, shape for the crown and cinch up the top of your hat for finishing or adding a pom pom.

Knit with 1 strand of worsted weight wool and 1 strand of lace weight mohair your finished hat will keep you cozy & warm all winter long. Also, makes a wonderful Christmas gift too!

Prerequisites: Beginner knitting skills; Student should be able to cast on, knit, purl & cast off.

Materials Needed:  

Notes on Yarn Options:

The pattern calls for one strand of Worsted weight yarn held together with one strand of Lace weight Mohair, but if someone is sensitive to mohair, suri alpaca would be a nice alternative. Alternatively you can hold a single strand of aran weight yarn as listed below. 

Materials can be purchased at Baaad Anna’s Yarn Store.

FEB DATES: Tuesdays February 13 and 20th from 6:30 - 8:30 pm ~or~

MAR DATES: Wednesdays March 6 and 13th from 6:30 - 8:30 pm ~or~

MAY DATES: Tuesdays May 7 and 14th from 6:30 - 8:30 pm

COST: $60 (+tax) Materials not included

Minimum 3 participants and maximum 8

INSTRUCTOR: Jackie Blackmore

Jackie is an avid knitter, fibre artist & teacher. She appreciates how knitting keeps your brain sharp while still being so meditative, restorative and creative. She loves teaching knitting to new students and sharing all the helpful tools, tips and tricks she’s learned over the years.

Photo courtesy of Jackie Blackmore.

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