Introduction to Gloves with Kate Atherley
Sunday 24 February 2 pm – 5 pm
Want to tackle glove knitting, but are intimidated? This class teaches you everything you need to know to work one of the most challenging and fun knitting projects you’ll ever tackle. We’ll talk about ensuring a proper fit. We’ll talk about warmth and good glove fabrics. And we’ll provide easy solutions for the trouble spots: fiddly fingers and tricky thumbs, including what to do about all those holes and ends. Students will leave with a pattern and all the skills they need to make perfectly fitted – and perfectly executed – gloves.
Level/Ability: Intermediate – knitters should ideally have made a pair of mittens or two, if not should at least be confident with increases and decreases, and working in the round
Notes, any additional info, what do people need to bring? There is homework and details as to what participants need to bring will be emailed to them on booking.
Tutor biography: Kate Atherley
Kate Atherley is Knitty.com’s Managing Technical Editor, and a seasoned designer and teacher of all things knitterly.
Known for her attention to detail in her patterns and her classes, she regularly teaches at stores and events across North America, including Interweave YarnFest and Vogue Knitting Live. Her work has appeared in many books and magazines.
An expert instructor,Kate has over a decade of experience teaching at local yarn shops, guild gatherings, retreats, and large-scale events. Technique classes are a lively mix of discussion, demonstration, and hands-on practice, with individual attention and guidance provided. All classes include high-quality handouts.
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