Encore Worsted acrylic/wool (sample uses color 6007 grey & 0157 teal)
Cascade 220 Superwash Merino Worsted
Shepherds Wool Worsted (non superwash)
Dragonfly Fibers Superwash Traveller DK
Neighborhood Fiber Superwash DK
Madelinetosh Superwash DK
The size you choose must include considerable positive ease (see pattern) for this relaxed style. I would like to help you with measurements and yarn amounts during the first class session!
Class Description: Here’s a vintage looking colorwork sweater with a modern style twist, that’s fun to make and a great addition to any wardrobe. Think of it as a sweater sweatshirt to wear all fall and winter long. It has a low armhole which is slightly different than typical pullovers, but it gives this piece a comfy and trendy vibe.
This is not a difficult sweater, and it has several things going on that make it really entertaining to knit!
You can customize the length and fit to make it your perfect sweater. We will discuss all the options together, so you don’t need to have it all figured out yourself.
Sound like fun? It is! Ruth will be your guide in making this sweater step by step. Classes are a great way to get all the help you need, enjoy meeting others, and have a plan for completing your project. Also, Ruth is “on call” for you during the entire process.
Dates: Wednesday evenings, 6:00-7:45 pm, 10/16, 11/6, 12/4 Or
Thursday afternoons, 12:45-2:30 pm, 10/24, 11/4, 12/5
Instructor: Ruth Boelkins
Cost: $60 class fee, plus supplies
Skills Needed: basic knitting, perhaps some sweater making and stranded colorwork
Skills Learned: how to make a sweater that fits you, including bottom-up seamless construction,
stranded colorwork, cabling, and short rows
Supplies Needed: medium weight worsted or heavy dk weight wool or wool blend yarn needed for the size pullover you choose; must be purchased at Country Needleworks & you will receive 10% off yarn, notions, pattern, and needles for your project, throughout the length of the class.
Pattern is available for sale in store or on Ravelry: Rumi, by Yarnflakes (Audrey Borrego Designs)