Teacher: Theressa Silver
Sessions: 3 classes over three weeks
When: Wednesday, January 8th, 15th and 22nd
Time: 6-8pm, Last Class runs 6-7pm
Skill Level: Beginner, no experience required
Material: All materials provided
In this class you’ll learn everything you need to get started knitting including casting on, knit stitch, purl stitch, simple increases and decreases, and binding oﬀ. You’ll start oﬀ with dishcloths in the first session and progress to a fun and lovely leaf patterned scarf in the last 2 sessions. Finishing techniques (weaving in ends and blocking) are demonstrated. We’ll also cover basic pattern reading, gauge, and yarn choices.
Theressa Silver is a freelance designer, teacher, and author. Her most recent book, “Knitting Wild” showcases the beauty of America’s national parks and wildlife refuges. Theressa is a biologist by training and the influence of math and science can be seen in many of her designs. When she is not knitting she likes to be outside kayaking or hiking. She lives in Milwaukie, OR with her husband, son, two cats, and a dog, all of whom occasionally participate one way or another in the knitting process. Theressa can be found on Ravelry and Instagram as “argentgal.”
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All of our classes require a minimum of 2 students unless otherwise noted.
Class may be cancelled if minimum enrollment is not met.
A full refund will be given in the case of cancellation.