KNIT: BIND-OFFSThere are oh-so-many ways to bind-off your work - join us and learn several bind-off techniques!
SCHEDULE:12/1 | 6:30PM-8:30PM
There are oh-so-many ways to bind-off your work and in this workshop, students will learn several bind-off techniques as well as when and why to use certain bind-offs over others! This attention to detail in your project finishing is such a joy and will give your projects that final, special touch.
Skills + Materials
This is an beginner+/intermediate workshop. Students should have basic knitting skills (cast-on, knit stitch, purl stitch, and bind-off). Please bring along a circular US7 (4.5MM) knitting needle (we'll have a handful that can be borrowed during the workshop). We will also provide lots of colors of worsted weight yarn for making your sample.
In order to create a safe, inclusive learning space we're asking that all students, teaching artists, and staff wear masks at all times while they are indoors as well as show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test.
Cancellation + Make-up Policy
We absolutely understand that things come up and you may need to cancel your registration. We've done our best to create a cancellation policy that honors how fickle life can be alongside our financial commitment to our staff and teaching artists. If you need to cancel your registration we are happy to offer a 50% store credit refund for cancellations made two weeks in advance of your workshop date. Unfortunately, we cannot offer refunds for cancellations made less than two weeks in advance. We are also unable to offer make-ups or exchanges for missed workshops.
We're looking forward to sharing space with you! If you haven't had a chance to read our Community Commitment, pop over to the website and read about how we agree to share space. Feel free to reach out to the shop if you have any questions along the way - we're excited to welcome you wherever you may be on the learning curve.
Theresa is a RN, Army veteran, and fiber artist from Newark, DE. She has been knitting since childhood and spinning since 2014. Theresa is also a local fiber dye artist and teaches knitting, spinning, crochet, fiber prep, and dyeing at local fiber festivals, retreats, and Wild Hand. Theresa is a regular contributor to PLY magazine's advisory board. She is the owner of Ewe-Nited States of Fiber (check out her work here at Wild Hand!) and a wife and mom to three sons.