:: virtual :: Colorwork Basics

Learn the basics of stranded and intarsia colorwork knitting.

Cost:

$100.00 per person

Per Session:

2h 30min

About this experience

Enter the world of colorwork knitting! Learn the difference between stranded and intarsia knitting, as well as various tips to keep complex and colorful patterns both easy and fun. In this class you will learn how to read a colorwork chart and how to construct an image in your knitting from start to finish.

We will provide you with worsted weight yarn in a variety of colors for working on your samples and own image construction. You will use your own US size 7, 8, or 9 needles (straight or circular are fine!).

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This is a 2-SESSION workshop that meets on all of the following dates (apologies for the confusion - our event booking app is working on making this clearer in the future!). By signing up for this $100 workshop you are signing up for 5 hours of class time over the following dates.

Tuesday - AUGUST 18 // 6:30PM - 9:00PM
Tuesday - AUGUST 25 // 6:30PM - 9:00PM

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All classes meet virtually via Zoom. You will be provided with a link in advance of the workshop.

This is a beyond beginner class - basic knitting skills are required. Price includes thoughtfully sourced materials (no additional materials fees) that will be available for pick-up or delivery to you (locally via e-bike and otherwise via USPS - shipping costs are not included in class fee) in advance of the workshop. Students also get a one-time use 15% off discount card for use during and up to two weeks following the last class session.

CANCELLATION POLICY // Wild Hand is happy to offer a store credit refund for cancellations made a week or more in advance. For cancellations made less than a week in advance we can offer a 50% store credit refund.

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JESS BALLANCE's (@hashtagjessknits) knitting journey began with being taught by her grandmother and for a time, had ended with a scarf full of holes. After picking it back up during a particularly trying finals season at university, Jess went on to perfect scarves, sans holes, and can now knit almost anything from socks to stuffed animals. For Jess, knitting has proved to be a wonderful escape and an excellent remedy to anxious hands. In the new year, she hopes to tackle brioche knitting and more complex colorwork, as well as being a part of the wonderful community at Wild Hand!