Filed under: Workshops | Tags: Cat Bordhi, Cowl, Jeny's Super Stretchy Bind Off, Knit, knitting, knitting techniques, Moebius, Nadine Foster
Would you like to knit a lacy “forever” scarf without weaving the two ends together? Then this 3 hour seminar with Nadine Foster is the perfect class for you! She will instruct you on Cat Bordhi’s fabulous moebius cast on, as well as, Jeny’s Super Stretchy Bind Off, both techniques required to create this wonderful Moebius Necklette!
Since discovering and using this cast on, Nadine has made numerous little scarves just big enough to go over the head and adorn the neck. The moebius twist adds a simple, yet classical touch to any accessory.
Space is limited–so reserve your seat today!
Cost: $40.00, Nadine’s pattern is included in the cost of the class!
Materials needed for the class:
- 1 skein DK or Light Worsted (5 to 6 sts/inch)
- 1 #5 or 6 circular needle 32” or 40” long
- 1 stitch marker
Skill Level: For the advanced beginner; must be comfortable with the following stitches: K, P, YO, K2 together.
Filed under: Events | Tags: Customer projects, I love Yarn Day, knitting, show and tell, Yarn
We also wanted to congratulate Lynne Freeman, our raffle prize winner, who went home with a beautiful basket full of this year’s pattern books! The basket and books were generously donated by Lantern Moon and Classic Elite Yarns.
Ann made her bag out of Lamb’s Pride–a wonderful felting wool with a beautiful range of colorways. Check out her cute little snail and swirling pond, complete with flowering lily pads. Nicely done Ann and thank you so much for sharing!
Alice Knox brought in a few projects to share with us and she did a fabulous job on them all. The two white hats will make some little girl very cute and happy this spring. I especially LOVE Alice’s felted bag–the color combos with the pattern look fantastic! Thanks for sharing Alice!
Cathy is a beginning knitter on her way to turning pro. Her Autumn Oak comes alive with its flowing branches and playful clusters of leaves. The hat she just whipped up out of River Twist from Mountain Colors, creating a pattern to fit her needs–very adventurous and creative! We are looking forward to seeing what Cathy will come up with next!
Earlene knit this lovely sock out of Petals Socks from Universal Yarns. Inspired by the softness of fresh petals, Universal combined fine merino wool and angora to give this yarn its incredible softness, strength and warmth. Plus, the yarn in machine washable! Nicely done Earlene and thank you so much for sharing!
More projects coming soon… from Barbara Payne and Kathleen Fajardo!