My First Sweater - Knitting Class - March 21 & 28, and April 4 & 11, 2020
PLEASE NOTE: Classes are NON-REFUNDABLE unless cancelled by Cheers To Ewe! Discounts and/or sales are not applicable to class fees. Registered students receive 10% off materials for classes for which they are registered.
ABOUT THIS CLASS:
Class: My First Sweater - Knitting Class
Instructor: Sandi Rosner
Dates: March 21 & 28, and April 4 & 11, 2020. 10 am - noon
Prerequisites: Basic knitting skills needed. Must be able to cast on, knit, and purl.
Level up your knitting game – make yourself a sweater! The free Cheers To Ewe! Basic Elements Bulky Sweater pattern will be our framework as you learn all the skills you need to make a sweater you'll be proud to wear. We'll cover choosing your size, mastering gauge, reading and following a pattern, shaping your pieces, sewing beautiful seams, and picking up stitches.
Materials - Materials for class are available for purchase at Cheers To Ewe! and are not included in the price of this class. All materials purchased for classes are 10% off for students enrolled in the class.
Here's what you'll need:
- Bulky weight yarn in the quantity required for your size.
- Knitting needles (circular or straight – knitter's choice) in the size required to get 14 sts and 20 rows in 4" using your chosen yarn.
- Tapestry needle
- Tape measure AND small ruler
- Pencil and highlighter or electronic equivalent for making notes on your pattern
- FREE – Cheers To Ewe! Basic Elements Bulky Sweater pattern. Download the pattern, and print it out if you prefer working with paper, prior to the first class meeting. Remember - Don't start the project before class!
Please bring your notion bag to classes.
The Basic Elements Bulky Sweater pattern is free at Cheers To Ewe! Please bring your notions bag to every class. Please DO NOT begin this project before class unless class homework has been included in the class description or is sent out by the teacher before class. Teachers often incorporate foundational techniques and lessons in the beginning stages of class, and you will not be able to take advantage of that learning if you jump ahead.