Do you always use the same cast-ons and bind-offs for everything you knit? Here at WEBS, we insist that everyone know the long-tail cast-on and the traditional bind-off, but there is a world of other methods out there that can make your knitted items look very professional indeed: tubular cast-on and bind-off (also called grafting or Kitchener stitch bind-off), knitted cast-on, cable cast-on, picot cast-on and bind-off, chained cast-on, provisional cast-on, knit 2 together bind-off, purl 2 together bind-off, I-cord bind-off, yarn over bind-off, 3-needle bind-off and 3-needle yarn over bind-off… just to name a few. If you’d like to add more style to your knitting, come join us for this class.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Section 2: Instructor: Leslie Ann Bestor Date: Mondays, 8/5, 8/12 Time: 6 - 8:30pm Materials Required:
• Scrap amounts of yarn in various (preferably light) colors. We will be making 6 swatches.
• Scrap amount of smooth cotton yarn
• Knitting needles: one set in size appropriate for your yarn ; One set of double pointed needles or two circular needles in the same size or smaller than what you are working with
• Notions: Stitch holders or tapestry needle and scrap yarn; Size H crochet hook /
• Cast On, Bind Off by Leslie Ann Bestor (15% discount)
• Your knitting tool kit Prior to the first class, please complete the following:
• Using Long Tail Cast On, cast on 20 sts and work in stockinette for 4”. Bind off .
• Block swatch and bring to class.
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