Mastering German Short Rows: TU Apr 4 & 11 at 7 pm
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German short rows are a commonly used technique to add shaping to a garment or create gorgeous curves with colorwork, but can trip a lot of knitters up. In this workshop we’ll work on Piace, a striking wrap whose patterning is created entirely through german short rows. By the end, this technique will be your best friend! We’ll also get some practice with working a slipped i-cord edging and working stripes without having to cut our yarn.
Two 2 hour classes
Skills needed: Knit stitch, casting on, and binding off
- working german short rows
- i-cord edging
- working stripes without tails
- Sport weight yarn in two colors, 700 yards of each color.
- Needles in US #4 and US #6
- A copy of the Piace pattern by Felicia Di Bono
- Stitch Markers
- Tapestry Needle
Please cast on and knit through Garter Section 1 in the pattern. Class will start with transitioning from Section 1 to the Stripe Sequence.
Photos © Lubbertus for Rosy Green Wool