Class: Seasonless, A New Way to Plan and Knit a Sweater


Scott Rohr, instructor
$147.50 registration fee

Registration fee includes instruction and book: Seasonless by Karen Templer (books for the session beginning Dec. 2 will be available immediately; books for the session beginning Jan. 6 will be available late November)

Other materials are not included: yarn, needles, notions (to be purchased separately) 

10:45 am - 12:15 pm
January 6, 20, February 3, 17, March 2
(class meets five times) 

A unique class opportunity, using Karen Templer's new book, Seasonless: Patterns for Life, as a guide. All the patterns in the book use worsted-weight yarn, so the fingerless mitts become a swatch for the sweater. You can customize and make endless versions — by changing colors, shaping, and mixing the four basic stitch variations: stockinette, mosaic, bold stripes, textured. The patterns are genderless and size inclusive.

Before the first class you'll pick up your book (included in the class registration fee), meet with us to determine your personalized yarn needs based on your style preferences. You'll knit a simple, flat mitt as a swatch for the first class.

We'll meet to get the projects going, take a break for knitting (and, with Session A, the holidays and new year), and come back together to continue our cardigans. The classes are spaced in such a way that we'll enjoy the journey, learn a lot, and have a good chance of finishing the sweaters (which you'll want to wear every day forever).

Materials Needed
Swatch Mitts and Everybody Cardigan patterns from Seasonless by Karen Templer (book is included in registration fee)
Worsted-weight yarn, including:
Hamelton Tweed 1 by BC Garn
• Highland by Harrisville Designs
• Shelter by Brooklyn Tweed
• Tones by Brooklyn Tweed
• Imbue by Brooklyn Tweed
• Ultra Alpaca by Berroco
• Lanas by Berroco
• Woolstok by Blue Sky Fibers
• Worsted by Malabrigo
• Rios by Malabrigo
• Får by Woolfolk
US 4 (3.5 mm) – US 7 (4.5 mm) 24" and 32" circular needles, depending on gauge

Please purchase materials ahead of time and bring them with you to the first class session. Registration for a class indicates you have read and agree to the class policies.

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