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Meet Melissa Leapman
Join us to see what is new with one of America's most prolific designers. and authors. During the chat, Melissa will be introducing us to an unusual slip stitch technique.
With smooth worsted weight yarn and appropriate size knitting needles, cast on 23 stitches. Work K1P1 Rib for 1", then knit one row and purl one row. Slip stitches onto a holder with the yarn still attached.
additional worsted weight yarn in a sharply contrasting color;
appropriate size knitting needles;
With over 1250 designs in print, Melissa Leapman is one of the most widely-published American knit and crochet designers at work today. She's worked with leading ready-to-wear design houses and is the author of several bestselling knit and crochet books including The Knit Stitch Pattern Handbook, Mastering Color Knitting, 6000+ Pullover Possibilities, Knitting the Perfect Fit, and most recently, Knitting Modular Shawls. She is a sought-out speaker and teacher at national and international yarn events such as Vogue Knitting Live and her popular annual knitting/crocheting cruises. Leapman lives in New York City.
This is a one-time live zoom event on Friday August 28th at 6:30 Eastern, 5:30 Central, 4:30 MT, 3:30 Pacific
Spend some time with String Theory favorite Karida Collins of Neighborhood Fiber Co. and learn everything you want to know about hand-dyed yarn. Karida will talk about the different methods by which yarns are hand dyed and how the resulting yarns look when knit.
String Theory is committed to helping our customers discover the healing powers of knitting and crocheting, while effecting positive change in the US and worldwide. We proudly support women and Black-owned businesses.