Take the mystery out of Entrelac knitting in this one day class. This very impressive looking technique is actually just a combination of knits, purls, and picking up stitches, and this class will break it down into manageable sections so you too can pull it off!
Most effective in a yarn with long color changes, we have the perfect choice in Plymouth Yarn's Gina
. Two to three balls will give you a lovely scarf!
The class will take you through the set-up and the repeated rows, and give you enough time to practice and trouble-shoot. For the ambitious knitting ninjas out there, you can even learn to knit backwards!
To take this class, you should be a confident knitter, but new knitters are welcome! You need to by very proficient at knitting, purling & decreasing, and have a little patience and faith in your abilities. You can do this ;-)
You will need:
At least one ball* of Gina or similar long-striping yarn.
US 7/4.5mm knitting needles*our sample is about 7" wide by 36" long and was knit with 2 balls. One ball should be sufficient to take the class and learn the technique, but you will want more if you plan to make a scarf.