Friday, October 17, 2014

INTARSIA BASICS -- Special Topic Class

What is Intarsia?  Intarsia is a technique color knitting used to create shapes or pictures in “islands/inlays” of color.  Intarsia knit designs are generally free-form, and each area of color is worked with an individual yarn sources. 

Contrasting Intarsia to Fair Isle…Fair Isle is another color knitting technique that works short distance, repeating patterns stranding two colors of yarn across a row.

In this 2-hour session, we will cover basic intarsia techniques, yarn management and how to correct errors.  Some preparation work will be required. 

This class is designed for experienced knitters who can confidently knit, purl, work ribbing and knit simple color changes like stripes. 

When:  Monday, October 27 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm
or Wednesday, October 29 from 11 am – 1 pm

RESERVATIONS A MUST!  Seating is limited. 
Materials list will be supplied to those with reservations.
Cost:  $25.00 or 1 package session

TKB’s November Special Topic will be Tunisian Crochet Basics

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