Warming up to Linen with Elizabeth Doherty - May 14th or June 17th
Instructor: Elizabeth Doherty
Warming up to Linen Class
Made from the long, straight fibers of the flax plant's stem, linen is cool and drapey, the perfect thing for knitting warm-weather garments. But if you've never knit with an inelastic fiber, linen yarns can feel pretty different the first time you try them.
This three-hour class will focus on getting comfortable with linen—how to avoid over-tensioning the yarn; understanding how linen fabric transforms with washing and wearing, and how to predict the look and hand of your finished fabric; as well as techniques for joining new skeins, weaving in ends, and making your stitches in linen look just plain beautiful.
+1 skein Quince and Co Sparrow, wound and ready to knit with
+1 skein Quince and Co Kestrel, wound and ready to knit with
+Knitting needles, wood and/or metal, in sizes US 2, US 3, US 4, US 9, and US 10
Students will receive 15% off all materials purchased for class.
Date: Sunday, May 14th
Time: 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Date: Saturday, June 17th
Time: 2:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Elizabeth Doherty is a knitwear designer, graphic designer, and illustrator living in California’s Sierra Nevada with her husband Adrian, and two wool-loving Maine coon cats. She is the author of Top-down: Reimagining Set-in Sleeves and has designed for the likes of Quince and Co, Twist Collective, and Brooklyn Tweed, and her designs can be found here on Ravelry.
Cancellation policy: Please note, for this special event, you must cancel 7 days before the start date of your class in order to receive a full refund. We cannot honor any refunds within 7 days of the class start date unless we are able to fill the class from the waiting list.