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Color is the big fun – yet a big fear for many. This course will introduce the basics of color theory and how you can use its principals to guide your color choices. Discussing traditional use of color will take some of the mystery out of color selection and open our eyes to new color relationships. Knitting a simple stranded wristlett will quickly illustrate these concepts, by studying our own color choices as well as those of our classmates.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Date & Time: Thursday, 3/17; 5pm - 8pm
• Between 3 and 300 colors of fingering weight wool yarn (such as St. Denis Boreale); 1-2 oz [25-50g] of each color
• One set double pointed needles US 3 [3.25 mm]
• Tapestry needle
• Stitch markers
• Graph paper and colored pencils if desired
• knitting tool kit
Prior to the first class, please complete the following: With your choice of Main Color, cast on 48 sts. Place marker and join for working in the round. K1 P1 rib for 8 rnds.