Crochet is fantastic for textural patterns, and this argyle pattern is a beauty! Learn how to work crochet stitches into a beautifully squishy arglye hat and wrister cuff set. Beginning with a wrister, we’ll work through all the skills needed to create this textural argyle pattern and hat. Starting with stretchy rib worked flat and joined in the round, we’ll cover how to pick up stitches evenly around, and how to create the argyle shaped relief stitches. Not to mention cover strategies for keeping on track and managing and interpreting patterns!

This workship is suitable for experienced beginner crocheters who can confidently work a chain, slip stitch, single crochet and double crochet stitches independently.

Materials:

  • one skein Kelbourne Woolens Germantown worsted-weight yarn in a solid light to medium color.
  • G/6 (4 mm) and H/8 (5 mm) crochet hooks
  • 8-10 split ring of locking stitch markers
  • scissors
  • a yarn needle

Class fee is $40 for one 2-hour session. Yarn for the project must be purchased at Yarnia; come in before your first class for help in selecting appropriate materials and get a 10% discount on yarn purchased for use in the class. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of each class.

Class Instructor: Susan Leibowitz

Class Dates: 2/1

  • Date/Time 02/01/2020 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
  • Location Yarnia
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$40.00