Striped and Colorwork Shawl: SA Jul 9 & 16, 4-6 pm

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Have you ever wanted to knit stained glass? This stunning shawl will give you the chance to learn how. We cover how to do slip stitch colorwork with tips on doing a garter tab cast on, how to keep your tension even, and weaving in ends as you go. The pattern has options for both fingering or DK yarn, so you can work the weight that you prefer. You can choose as many contrast colors as you like, so this pattern is great for stashbusting or using up mini skeins. Or choose a color changing yarn as your contrast color and let the yarn do all the work for you! 

Two 2 hour sessions

Skills needed: Knitting and purling

Skills Learned:

  • slip stitch colorwork
  • garter tab cast on
  • carrying colors

Materials: (choose between fingering weight or DK weight versions)

  • Fingering weight yarn: 720 yards MC & 600 yards CCs (combined) and US #5 needles
  • DK Weight: 750 yards MC & 650 yards CCs (combined) and US #7 needles
  • Stitch markers
  • Tapestry needle
  • Painting Bricks Shawl pattern by Stephen West
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