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Slip It, Float It, Tuck It (V) - April 6

$40.00
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 This class is VIRTUAL via Zoom.  

Slip It, Float It, Tuck It with Bristol Ivy

Date(s):  April 6

Time: 10am - 12pm Central Time

Instructor: Bristol Ivy

Description:
Knitting is based off of two fundamental stitches, right? We knit, and we purl. But what happens if we. . . Slip? In this class, we’ll discuss how slipping (and slipping’s compatriots, floating and tucking) stitches instead of working them can lead to a pattern of their own and add texture, dimension, visual interest, and structure to our knitted fabric. We will start with a small swatch to understand the concepts, but by the end of class you’ll have the skills you need to create your very own slipped stitch masterpiece!
Materials: please bring  and  (typically US 7 [4.5 mm]-US 8 [5 mm]. Stitch markers may also be useful, but not mandatory.
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Supplies: 
• 50 yards of smooth, light-colored worsted weight yarn
• Appropriate sized needles for yarn (probably a US7 or US8)
• Stitch markers


Homework: None

Prerequisites: Have taken Knit 101 and Knit 102 or equivalent.  Be comfortable with knitting and purling. 

Bristol Ivy is a knitting designer and teacher from Portland, Maine.  Her design work focuses on the intersection between innovative technique and classic tailoring, and her classes focus on creativity, technique, and understanding the nuts and bolts of knitting.  


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