Thursday, November 1, 2012

Simple Entrelac Shawl Class

This Saturday, November 3rd, I will be teaching a Entrelac Shawl Knitting Made Simple class  at Knit Unto Others in Arkadelphia. Class starts at 10:30 am.
 Here are some pictures of my Simple Entrelac Shawl. It is made in Silk Garden Sock yarn. It took only 575-600 yards of this yummy yarn. If entrelac is still on your knitting bucket list, call Claire at Knit Unto Others and sign up for the class on November 3rd.

For the class, you will need size 7 needles, no metal, and several colors of worsted-weight yarn.
For the full-size shawl, you will need 600 yards of slow color-changing yarn or several colors of worsted-weight yarn.
Brief Description: In this class, you will learn how easy it is to do Entrelac Knitting. We will work through all the various shapes that the Entrelac knitting process involves, such as the Foundation Triangles, the Side Half Squares and the Squares themselves. We will do this by working a small sample shawl in worsted weight yarn that can be used on a doll or made into a headband. 

Knit Unto Others will open at 9:00 a.m. as usual if you need to come in early and shop for supplies. Call or e-mail if you need further information. Would love to see you Saturday!
Call Claire

1 comment:

Delighted Hands said...

We saw some beautiful examples of entrelac on our trip the other day-this one would rank right up there with them! Have fun on the class!