In a gorgeous fair isle sweater, or as a pop of color at a hem or cuff, the impact of stranded knitting is undeniable. It turns the ordinary into art. The real secret of color-work is that it is incredibly fun! I love watching the pattern take shape row after row. It’s also easier than you might think, well within reach of the enthusiastic beginner. If you can knit, purl, increase, and decrease, you’re ready.
Mer Stevens will be giving her popular Intro to Stranded Colorwork Saturday, May23rd from 1-3pm. This class uses the adorable Neon Snowflakes Hat to give students all the basics. Come to class with your ribbing completed, and jump right into a classic Scandinavian motif.
In a burst of serendipity, we just received a big shipment from Knitted Wit, including lots and lots of Gumballs! These delicious little mini skeins are irresistible, and Neon Snowflakes plays perfectly with Knitted Wit’s fabulous color palette. Go bright! Stranded knitting lets you use unexpected colors and combinations that surprise and delight.
The class includes Mer’s Neon Snowflakes Hat & Mitts pattern, an enduring design for accessories you’ll love to wear and give.
Mer still has some spots open in her Learn to Knit class, too. Now is the perfect time to dive in! Learn to Knit starts Saturday, May 23rd, from 10am-12pm. This three week class will set you up for knitting success.
You can sign up right now for either class online, or call or swing into Twisted to enroll. We’d love to help fill your projects with color, fun, and inspiration!