Circle of Stitches

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Darn! Repairing Knitwear

40.00
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Darn! Repairing Knitwear

40.00

Date: Wednesday, November 2nd, 7 pm to 9 pm

So you got a hole in your beautiful hand-knit sweater or your favorite hand-knit socks. Now what? In this class, we will learn two types of darning: visible and invisible. You can apply these techniques to any knitted project, from socks to sweaters. Pre-requisites: This class is not recommended for absolute beginners. 

Materials and Homework: 

- Two (2) 8" by 8" squares, knit in stockinette stitch. Use light colored worsted weight yarn (smooth, no textures, wool or wool blend) and US7 or US 8 needles

- Double-pointed needles in whatever needle size you use for your squares

- Bring extra contrasting light color worsted weight yarn

- Bent-tip darning needles (not sewing needles)

- Reinforcing thread or embroidery thread in a contrasting color (not black or anything too dark)

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Date: Wednesday, November 2nd, 7 pm to 9 pm

So you got a hole in your beautiful hand-knit sweater or your favorite hand-knit socks. Now what? In this class, we will learn two types of darning: visible and invisible. You can apply these techniques to any knitted project, from socks to sweaters. Pre-requisites: This class is not recommended for absolute beginners. 

Materials and Homework: 

- Two (2) 8" by 8" squares, knit in stockinette stitch. Use light colored worsted weight yarn (smooth, no textures, wool or wool blend) and US7 or US 8 needles

- Double-pointed needles in whatever needle size you use for your squares

- Bring extra contrasting light color worsted weight yarn

- Bent-tip darning needles (not sewing needles)

- Reinforcing thread or embroidery thread in a contrasting color (not black or anything too dark)