The intricate world of intarsia—a method of working patches of color—doesn’t have to be intimidating, and it doesn’t have to create a snarled mess. In this workshop, you’ll be privy to Ann’s treasure trove of quick and easy intarsia how-to's for knitting small, manageable squares. These swatch-sized blocks with curved-edge and straight-edge shapes allow you to learn different techniques and experiment with color. You’ll also have the chance to design your own squares. These squares can be joined to create a cowl, scarf, pillow cover, table runner, blanket—the combinations are limitless!
Material Fee: None
- US Size 2 needles, straight or circular, any length
- Fingering-weight yarn in several colors
- NOTE: If you’d like to use a heavier-weight yarn, collect several colors of your chosen weight and appropriately sized needed. Use the needles recommended on the ballband for the weight you choose.
Skill Level: Adventurous Beginner: Students must be able to cast on and knit. Some experience working with two colors at a time is helpful.
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