That was the name of my next class. It must have scared people off too because there were only eight people in our class. Our class was so small in fact, [“How small was it?”] it was so small that we were situated in one of the guest rooms of the Hilton. Where the bed would be was a large round table. It was quite cozy. It was a real treat to sit at the same table as the instructor.
This is really frustrating. The right side up picture won’t upload. Just turn your head to the right to look at this part of the swatch. The center orange section is double knitted and the surrounding stitches are Brioche.
At this point we ran out of time. The last part of the swatch was to be a regular cable. I am totally inspired to work with this stitch. The class was awesome and I totally recommend it.
This is the Geveldak Scarf, from her book. The pattern calls for Kauni yarn which I find scratchy. I have some mini mochi that I’m going to try.
when i see reviews like this of the classes at VK Live, i know how much chloe and i missed by having a booth. that is why i went to VK Live in california as an attendee and got to take great lectures and seminars. i am hoping to attend VK Live in chicago, so i can enjoy being a student and a shopper as well. if any of you have the opportunity to go to a VK Live, don't miss it. it's really quite special. thanks pam for sharing. i can hear your wheels turning with new ideas …