Class meets 5/12 from 1:00 - 3:00
Did you learn English style but are dying to try your hand at Continental knitting? Not quite sure of the difference between the two? English (or throwing) is where you hold your yarn in your right hand while knitting, whereas with Continental knitting you hold your yarn in your left hand. This will speed up your knitting and let you fly through projects. Students will leave with the skills to conquer Continental knitting!
Skills required: Knitting 101 and beyond
Supplies: yarn and matching needles (scraps are fine)
(2 hours total)