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Entrelac Scarf

Learn to knit entrelac, a knitting technique that produces a fabric that looks like it has been woven in strips, or a “basketweave” effect. Using a color-coded pattern, we will be knitting a scarf, worked in one piece with variegated Noro yarn, and creating the basketweave effect by knitting a series of sloping “blocks” left and right. You will also learn to knit backwards, a fun technique to avoid turning your work constantly.

Materials Included: No
Requirements: Materials: 4-5 balls of Noro Silk Garden or Kureyon yarn (5 balls if you want fringe), 1 size 8 US needle (either a pair of straights or one circular, whichever you are more comfortable with), tapestry needle, tape measure, scissors. Class limited to 4 students. Instructor asks that masks be worn. Both class limits and mask requirements will be re-assessed and may change as we get closer to class dates.
Instructor: Mara Lloyd

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.