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Knitting Pi Shawls



Pi shawls start in the centre and knit around into perfectly round "pies". This class is based on four patterns by Vancouver's Caitlin ffrench: the Yule, OstaraMabon and Litha shawls. We'll explore techniques including knitting in the round and increasing in lace patterns. The chunky knitting works up quickly into a lovely wrap or throw.
Skill Details:
knit, purl, and yarn over
Requirements:
Please bring your selected pattern (Yule, Ostara, Litha, or Mabon) class. Patterns can be purchased through the store or on Ravelry. All four are knit with approximately 1000 m Aran weight yarn using a variety of 6.5 mm double pointed and circular needles, Please bring yarn, 6.5 mm double pointed needles, stitch markers, paper and pen to first class.
Instructor Name:
Cheryl
Instructor Bio:
Most of you know Cheryl as the owner of Kelowna Yarn & Needlework and co-planner of Yarn Okanagan. Cheryl?s first foray into the world of stitching was cross stitch, and she was smitten! Knitting and quilting soon followed, with weaving and crochet being her newest addictions. She has taken classes in all kinds of fibre arts over the years (including a few at Maiwa on Granville Island) and has also learned lots through answering questions from customers. Colour is her passion which she explores through her yarn dyeing business Dye Cauldron, and now on the loom mixing fibres in warps and wefts.

Knitting Pi Shawls

Cost:
$ 80.00