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Grand Rapids, MI 49506
Continental knitting is a method of knitting that requires the knitter to hold the working yarn in the left hand. Instead of wrapping the yarn around the needle with the right hand the knitter uses the right needle to catch the yarn and pull it through the loop on the left needle. The catching motion is sometimes referred to as picking. This method of knitting can be done very quickly because the knitter is working at the tips of her needles and the throwing motion of English knitting is eliminated. It is also convenient for two color knitting; one color can be picked and the other thrown.
Prerequisites: Must know how to knit, purl, cast on, bind off.
Skills Taught: Continental knitting.
Date and time: Saturday, January 20 from 10a – noon.
Materials: To be purchased at Michigan Fibre Studio.
One skein of worsted weight yarn in a light color.
Needles – US size 8 straight or circular – circular needles are preferable as they are easier to use.
Homework: To be done before class. Cast on 20 stitches and knit 4 rows.
Class Size: Minimum of 4 students and a maximum of 8.
Instructor: Amy Gallmeyer Knitting
Please call or stop in to sign up and reserve your spot! 616.551.1273
***Class Registration Policy***
Payment is due upon time of registration. Class fee is not refundable unless cancellation is made 72 hours before the class start time. Classes with fewer than four students may be canceled or rescheduled for insufficient registration. Unless otherwise indicated, our classes are for students 16 years of age or older. Your registration is valid for the dates listed in the description and may not be transferred to other class dates.
Be sure to come to the studio early enough to have your supplies purchased and your yarn wound into balls before the start of class. Purchasing supplies from Michigan Fibre Studio supports your LYS and enables us to continue bringing in teachers for your continued fiber education.
*Consignment yarn not included in discount
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