Intermediate Knitting: Student Work

I adore my Intermediate Knitting class. In this class, students learn colorwork techniques like intarsia and fair isle as well as some fun cabling, which you know I adore. My students are lovely group of ladies who are so excited to learn new techniques and make their own projects. Below is a picture of one my student’s lovely bobble project. Her tension is  beautifully managed and I just love how her bag turned out! Her project is also a great example of the spirit of knitters all over the world – she knit this in the bright pink yarn used for Knit for the Cure, a passion for many knitters but especially for this gal in my Intermediate class. Jenn has supplied a few of this with this yarn to make donated goods to be sold during the Three Day walk in San Diego. Aren’t my students the sweetest?! Make sure to get out there and support your local Save the Tatas group!

I’m offering the Intermediate course again in November so please join the fun!

Intermediate Knitting @ San Dieguito Adult School – Registration Begins Friday, October 14th.

Do you know how to knit and purl and are ready to learn more challenging techniques? Here’s the perfect class for you! With patient and clear instruction, you will learn how to take your knits to the next level with colorwork and texture, including Fair Isle, intarsia cables and bobbles as well as advanced finishing techniques. You will knit several small projects in the class as well as start your own larger project using the techniques learned in class.

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