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A Trio of Techniques: Tilda Mittens

$75.00

These beautiful beaded mittens will add a touch of glam to your winter! Students will learn a 2-layer lined cuff, how to make a thumb gusset, and how to bead your knitting with a crochet hook. Other methods of beading your knitting will be discussed but not demonstrated. Please make sure you get the correct bead sizes for this project--there are several links in the materials list that you can choose from.

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner
Instructor: Nina Machlin Dayton
Date: Thursdays, 2/7, 2/14, 2/21
Time: 6:00pm–8:00pm
Materials Required:

  • The Tilda Mitten pattern (15% discount)
  • 96 (130/176/240) yards of heavy worsted weight yarn for Main Color (MC) and 50 (65/88/120) yards of heavy worsted weight yarn in Contrasting Color (CC)
  • US size 5 double pointed needles or preferred method of knitting small circumference in the round
  • Crochet hook small enough to fit into your beads (often a steel hook size 12 (1mm) or smaller)
  • Stitch marker
  • Tapestry needle
  • Knit and Crochet Tool Kit
  • Scrap yarn or stitch holders
  • 70 (98/98/128) size 5/0 glass seed beads (it is STRONGLY recommended that you purchase more beads than are necessary to account for unusable or broken ones). PLEASE NOTE: The more widely available 6/0 beads will NOT work for this project. Here are some links to online stores that have the correct size beads:

https://caravanbeads.com/EBeads
https://www.auracrystals.com/collections/types?q=Round%20Rocailles%205%2F0
https://www.etsy.com/search?q=5%2F0%20seed%20beads 

HOMEWORK:

  1. Please purchase the Tilda Mittens pattern. Knit one "Cuff Lining" through slipping stitches to an extra set of similarly sized double pointed needles and cut yarn. Please bring this with you to first class.

When possible, please buy your materials from WEBS.

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Note: If you are purchasing more than one unit of the same class, please call Customer Service with that person's name and information.

Check out Nina Machlin Dayton’s other classes at WEBS!
A Quartet of Techniques: The Impari Shawlette
Mitering Made Easy: The Montague Street Cowl

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