Knit Faster by Picking (aka Continental Knitting) Workshop in Hayward November 4
Knitting by “picking” yarn held in your non-dominant hand is faster than “throwing” the yarn with your dominant hand, and easier on the body. It’s a faster method especially with knit/purl or lace stitch patterns, and stranded colorwork is most easily done with one yarn in each hand. Switching your method of knitting takes some patience, and you’ll get lots of tips to help you make the transition smoothly while you start a textured checkerboard scarf. This class is for “throwing” knitters of any level, and may be a good match for crocheters or left-handed folks starting to knit.
This workshop will take place at Aranea Craft Studio, 943 C Street in Hayward, CA.
A Note on Pricing: There is a sliding scale for low-income makers, on the honor system.
Materials Needed: 200 yards smooth worsted or aran weight yarn, knitting needles in a size appropriate for your yarn.
Teacher Background: I have worked in the yarn industry since 2002, as a yarn shop employee and later manager, teacher, pattern designer, and event host.
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.