Beginning Lace Knitting: Barred Scallop Cowl
Instructor: Camilla Lieske
Saturdays: October 18 and 25
3:00 – 6:00 pm
Class Cost - $40 + materials
This lace cowl is a great way to learn basic lace techniques.
Students should be comfortable with basic knitting (knit, purl)
· Barred Scallop Cowl by Shannon Dunbabin (Cascade Yarns)
· Worsted Weight Yarn- 220 yds
· US 9 circular needle. Length of cord depends on technique you prefer to use. 16” is recommended in the pattern, but longer cord lengths (32”-47”) can work if the magic loop technique is used. A 24” cable is also possible, but may be more difficult at the start than other lengths.
o Pattern was designed for Cascade Yarn Casablanca and is ideal for showing off the long color changes, but any worsted weight yarn will work
o Other possibilities: Dream in Color Classy, Noro Silk Garden, Malabrigo Worsted, etc
Useful to have:
· crochet cotton, thread, or dental floss (for lifelines)
· darning needle (for threading lifeline and weaving in ends)
· stitch marker (to mark start of round)
To register for a class, stop by the shop or call (907) 479-5830. ALL CLASSES MUST BE PAID IN FULL AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. CLASS FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. Teachers will be available before class to help with purchase of yarn and other materials for the class and INUA staff are always happy to help.