Many of us love to knit shawls, which is different from finishing shawls, and different still from wearing them.
This class is focused on shawls, wraps, and accessories.
Class fee covers one sessions held in person at Westport Yarns. See below for more details.
Many of us love to knit shawls, which is different from finishing shawls, and different still from wearing them (that’s another story ~ we’ll return to that later).
This class is focused on shawls, wraps, and accessories (I don’t want to leave out the cowls and capelets.)
Have you taken a shawl class (maybe one of mine) and now that the class is done, the shawl is languishing in a corner?
Is there a shawl you want to cast on for and want to knit with a safety net?
If the answer is yes to either (or both) of these questions, join me once a month as we knit up our shawls. I should warn you; you’ll likely be adding more shawls to your queue when you see what other knitters are making, it’s just how this all works.
Now, back to my earlier comment about wearing shawls. Do you have shawls hiding in your closet that you’ve never worn?
Let me be the first to tell you, you can’t wear a shawl the wrong way. If you loved knitting it, you can wear it! Shawls are terrific accessories that dress up jeans and a t-shirt. With all the different shapes and sizes of shawls you have to get creative with your styling. I wear mine backwards, loosely draped, tied with a knot, or looped around my neck.
Adventurous Advanced Beginner Skill Level and above: must know how to cast-on, knit, purl, bind off.
Class meets monthly on Saturdays from 12:00 – 2:00 pm at Westport Yarns. Click on options above for dates.
Materials vary depending on what you want to make.
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August 26, September 30, October 28, November 18