This is a one session class: Saturday, May 13th from 1:30-3:30pm

This is an intermediate class, you should already know how to cast on, knit, and purl

Description: Mystified by the Magic Loop? Wondering why you'd need more than one circular needle to work in the round? Reminded of porcupines when looking at double-pointed needles? Become comfortable with all of these methods of working in the round while making a fingerless mitt or wrist warmer.

Skills Learned: Working small circumferences using 2 circular needles, one long circular needle (the Magic Loop method), and double-pointed needles.

Supplies: One skein of worsted or heavy worsted weight wool yarn; 32" or longer circular needle in size 7 or the size that you usually use for your chosen yarn; a second circular needle (any length is fine) in same size; a set of double-pointed needles in same size; stitch markers; tapestry needle. Optional: a third circular needle (any length is fine) in same size so that you can work the two circulars method without having to use a very long needle.

Homework: Using 32" or longer circular needle and your chosen yarn, CO 39 sts. Work in garter st (working flat) until piece measures about 1" from CO, ending with a RS row. (Look at your cast-on edge; the side you like is the right side.) Leave yarn attached and bring to class.

Knitting Round & Round with Karen Frisa

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