In 12 weeks, you will learn how to use a knitting machine, make sample stitches, go on to make a garment.
Then come back to use our machines for your own projects!
Featuring Shibui baby alpaca yarn.
Start with the basic machine knitting techniques and stitches including cast-on, cast-off, stripe, increasing, decreasing, ribbing, and cables. You will put together a binder of knit swatches. No need to own your own machine, PFI provides the machines and tools for this class. No experience required, just enthusiasm and desire to create your own knits in far less time than hand-knitting.
Move on to learn advanced shaping and contouring techniques including godets, short row circular sections, short rows technique, bust shaping, oval shapes, and short row darts to add beautiful contours to your knitwear. You will construct a hooded sweater vest on mid-gauge single bed machines and a professional linker. Learn to shape knits, finish seams and edges.
Instructor: Lisa Silveira, Wandering Muse
Dates/Times: Thursdays, April 12-June 28, 6-9 pm
Cost/Cost Options: Non-credit: $448. Includes kit of practice yarns and swatch notebook for series.
Just bring a 3-ring binder to this class and something with which to take notes.
"Thank you so much for offering this class. I've put these skills to good use on the job."-- Barbara R
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