THIS IS AN ONLINE CLASS via ZOOM, so you will also need to have a decent internet connection and download the free ZOOM app. Instructions will be emailed before 1st class.
The pattern "makes use of cables and stranded colorwork at the same time to represent the entwining branches of winter trees in the snow at twilight. The combination of these two methods puts a new spin on the standard fair isle..."
Sara Huntington Burch
Rebecca has adapted the pattern to include a smaller size smaller as well as adding a rolled stockinette border.
Skills required: Confident in knitting and purling. Previous experience of colourwork is helpful but not essential.
- Two colours of contrasting fingering weight yarn 200y/183m (50g) of each colour. * We recommend using a light/ dark contrast in solid or semi-solid colours for maximum impact such as Cascade Heritage Sock.
- Needles in the following sizes based on your prefered method of knitting in the round, either DPN's, 40cm/16" cable or 80cm/32" min. for magic loop and hat size.
- For smaller version: Sizes 2.75mm/ US 2 and 3.5mm/ US 4
- For larger version: Sizes 2.25mm/US 1 and 3.25/US 3
- Cable Needle
- Stitch markers
Materials can be purchased at Baaad Anna’s Yarn Store. (Current Canada Post shipping turnaround is min one week, please be sure to order supplies with enough time for them to arrive before the start of class; OR call (604) 255 2577 for more immediate curbside pickup. We are currently open everyday, Monday - Sunday from 11am-6pm for in-store pickup and shopping.
DATES: Wednesdays April 6, 13, 20 and 27th from 6:00-7:30 pm PT.
Minimum 3 and max 8 participants
INSTRUCTOR: Rebecca Glazier
Rebecca has been knitting since she was 7 years old and has always had a love for textiles and colour. Teaching people how to knit expresses one of her greatest joys; sharing her creativity and passion with people. Originally from the UK, she has called Vancouver her home for the last 6 years.
Photo courtesy of Rebecca Glazier