Dimensional knitwear can be created in a variety of ways and utilizing many techniques. Learn how to create this highly textured shawl and learn new intermediate and advanced techniques as well as numerous tips when you knit your Kune-Kune shawl. You will learn not just how to make it but also how to adapt it and shape it to your liking.
Skills needed: students need to know how to knit, purl, cast on, bind off.
- Learning types of provisional cast on and their uses.
- How to “read” your knitting to keep better track of your work.
- How to work partial knitting.
- How to pick up stitches efficiently.
- How to shape welts.Materials:
- 2160 yards of lace weight yarn (if held double stranded) OR 1080 yards of fingeringor sport weight yarn (if held single stranded)
- 3.75 mm 24-36″ circular needle
- crochet hook 3.25 mm or E 3.5 mm
- waste yarn in similar weight to working yarn
- one double pointed needle, 1 or 2 sizes smaller than main needle
- tapestry needle
- Purchase Kune-Kune shawl pattern, PRINT and bring with you to class. No other homework.
- Supplies must be purchased at BMYS. Thank you!