Lumberjill Cowl: Introduction to Color Work; Thursday, February 14, 28, 12:00-2:00PM


2 weeks, 1 class per week, 2 hours/ class

Color work is gorgeous, but can be intimidating to learn.  Now is the time to give it a try in our relaxing class that will walk you through how to knit stranded color work one step at a time.  You will learn about the origin of color work, how to choose colors, as well as yarn management.

Class Project: Lumberjill Cowl by Laura Keiken

Learn: How to read a color chart, choosing colors, stranded knitting with both hands

Base Knitting Level: Advanced Beginner/ Intermediate

Skill Prerequisite: Unaided cast-on, knit, purl, use of double point needles, knit in the round

Materials Included w/ Class: Pattern

Additional Materials Required: Two skeins worsted weight yarn (100g each) in high contrast colors, size US 6 & 7, 24” circular needle, stitch marker, tapestry needle

Pre-class Homework: With US 6 needle, cast-on 140 using long tail cast-on, join in round, being careful not to twist. Knit 8 rounds of K2, P2 rib.

Cost: $30

Class Size: 6

Location: Wool & Company, 107A W. Main St.,

St. Charles, IL  60174 

(Between ZaZa’s & McNally’s)


  • Thursday, February 14, 28; 12:00-2:00PM

Yarn Recommendations

Please see some yarn reco’s by the class instructor

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