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Textured Twined Knitted Socks with Beth Brown-Reinsel

Students will learn the Swedish technique of tvåändsstickning, or twined knitting, by knitting a small sock, using worsted weight yarn. Twined knitting is worked with two yarns of the same color, twined around each other, and creates a warmer, denser fabric than conventional stranded knitting. The sock is worked circularly on double pointed needles and includes many techniques: three twined knitting cast-ons, reading and working from a chart, the "O" stitch, Chain Path, a traditional motif for the leg, shaping the toe, and working an unusual method for an afterthought heel.

Participants must be comfortable with double pointed needles or working with two circulars or Magic Loop. Ability to knit English style is strongly suggested
Instructor: Beth Brown-Reinsel
Date and Time: Saturday, 11/17; 10am - 4:30pm
Materials Required: 
Yarn- No single ply yarns!
- 2-3 oz light colored worsted weight yarn (must be wound as a center-pull ball).
- Yarns suggested are Valley Yarns Northampton or Cascade 220 
- About 1 oz. of the same weight of yarn as the sock yarn above, of a contrasting color for accent (red was traditional, but whatever you like is fine).
- One set of 7" long (approximately) double pointed needles, size 6 (4mm)
- A crochet hook, size D or E
- Tapestry needle
- Stitch markers
- Waste yarn for holding stitches
- Magnetic board or sticky notes for keeping one's place on the chart.
Prior to the first class, please complete the following:
Wind your yarn into a center-pull ball if it isn't already. Find both ends before class.

$150.00 each
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