Intro to Stranded Colorwork Workshop in Hayward March 2
Stranded colorwork is a method of knitting with at least two colors in the same row or round, carrying the unused color along the back of the work. In class we will discuss tension, catching long floats, and color dominance while knitting a wrist cuff in the round, with one color held in each hand.
This workshop will take place at Aranea Craft Studio, 943 C Street in Hayward, CA.
Prerequisites: This is an intermediate level knitting workshop. You should be comfortable casting on and knitting in the round on your choice of double-pointed needles, magic loop, or two circulars.
A Note on Pricing: There is a sliding scale for low-income makers, on the honor system.
Materials Needed: 30 yards worsted weight yarn in main color, 15 yards worsted weight yarn in contrast color, U.S. size 6 (4mm) double-pointed needles (you may use magic loop or two-circular technique if you prefer), stitch marker
Teacher Background: Kira Dulaney has been teaching fiber arts classes and hosting crafty events in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond since 2002. As a teacher, her focus is on providing valuable information in a stress-free environment, and supporting students through the learning process. She is also the designer behind Kira K Designs, a line of original knitting and crochet patterns and kits featuring clean lines and intriguing details that are both interesting to make and easy to wear. Kira has taught at Estes Park Wool Market, Interweave Yarn Fest, Lambtown Festival, the Natural Fiber Fair, Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival, Red Alder Fiber Arts Retreat, Stitches events, and TNNA, as well as numerous guilds and yarn shops.
Cancellation Policy: If the organizer cancels for any reason, students will be offered a choice of transferring to another workshop or receiving a full refund. If a student cancels with at least 72 hours notice, they can choose to receive an 80% refund or transfer to another class at the same location.