Posted on Thursday, March 10 2016 01:26:00 PM in 2014 by Jeremy Lehmann
Originally Published September 22, 2014
New crochet class! Julie has designed another stunner - the Glacier Cowl - and she's going to teach you to make it! You will learn the feather and fan stitch while crocheting in the round, as well as a foundation stitch and blocking techniques. Our sample uses Zen Yarn Garden Serenity Silk Single. You can make two cowls from a single skein, so it's a perfect pattern for gifts!
Class time: Thursday, October 23rd, and 30th from 11:30 am until 1:00 pm or from 5:30 pm until 7:00 pm. Call 615-354-1007 to sign up!
Top of the last days of summer with this open stitch vest. Knit in Feza Alp Natural, which is a fun yarn that changes textures as you knit to keep things interesting. You will only need 2 skeins to knit the Oconee.
Moonraker is a cheerful shawl that alternates garter stitch with slipped-stitch stripes for little pops of color. We used the delightful Wayfarer from Made in America Yarns, a 100% wool yarn that is sourced and milled in the US for the main colors. For the color stripes, we used Mountain Colors Crazyfoot, which we have available in mini-skeins. This is a generous sized shawl without being overwhelming, perfect for chilly Fall days!
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