Try this intriguing complex color-work knitting stitch for cushy reversible fabric and you may be hooked! Learn the unusual colors-in-columns stitch called “knit one below” using only one color yarn at a time, no stranding required. The stitch looks like a vertical rib, but it isn’t, and looks like a type of Brioche stitch, but is worked differently. Some reviewers call it “tricky” but we call it “slow knitting” and will teach you how to succeed! Using a pattern that works well as a scarf or cowl, participants will learn not only this unique stitch, but also adding a second color in-pattern and an interesting cast-on and bind-off. After this class, you’ll be ready to tackle most of the beautiful projects in Elise Duvekot’s book Knit One Below.
Skill Level: Advanced
Instructor: Liz Sorenson
Date and Time: Wednesdays; 10/31, 11/7 and 11/14; 11am - 1pm
- Knit One Below by Elise Duvekot (15% discount)
- Circular needles Size US 10, 24”
- Crochet hook size G (or similar)
- Tapestry yarn needle
- 1 skein tweed worsted weight as principal color, such as Berroco Blackstone Tweed, Debbie Bliss Donegal, Grignasco Loden, or Elsebeth Lavold Silky Wool XL
- 1 skein long-variegated or stripe worsted weight, such as Noro Kureyon or Noro Silk Garden
- Scissors, pencil and paper, ruler or tape measure.