March 28, 2018 –
Berlin in Winter is colder than most other big German cities – when travelling there, a big, cozy shawl (100” x 22”) like this will come in handy! The beautiful colors are reminiscent of bright city lights in dark winter nights. The shape of this shawlette is an asymmetrical, long triangle, formed by rows that are getting longer and longer as you go. They are worked in different simple, but very effective patterns that make them look a little like a skyline of tall houses. These skyscrapers are not built with bricks, but concrete and steel – hence the name, “Brickless.” And also: No more bricks in the wall that used to divide Berlin. This class will be taught by Yarnista & Cable Queen Janice Feld who will lead you through the third in this series of Behm’s wonders: 10 am to 12 pm on Wednesdays, March 21 & 28, OR 1 to 3 pm Saturdays, April 7 & 14.
Materials can be purchased at the shop for 10% off after you have registered. The class is limited to 6 people. You can register for this class by stopping by the shop or calling us at (757) 345-3655.
Class Level: Intermediate
Skills required: You must be able to cast on, knit, purl & bind off
What you will learn: Kfb increase, YO, k2tog, binding off in pattern
Materials: 580 yards DK or worsted weight size US 6 needles in 24” length or longer (if you have a longer length, that is fine too)
Pattern: Brickless by Martina Behm, $5.30 Ravelry download or $6.50 for printed pattern
Cost: $60 with 24-hour advance reservation / $75 walk-in