BASICS OF KNITTING — PART II
with Jennifer Brou
These (2) two-hour sessions are the perfect follow up to Misha & Puff’s Basics of Knitting Part I or are a nice refresher if you have some previous knitting experience.
If you have no knitting experience, please join us in advance for Part I where you will establish the foundational skills necessary for success in Part II.
New techniques such as how to read a pattern as well as increasing, decreasing and slipping stitches will be explained as knitters work on the Scout Scarf, a triangle shaped mini-shawl that can drape at the back or font for a sweet, layered look.
- One skein of Misha & Puff Light Worsted Weight Yarn
- Knitting needles in size US 5 / 3.75mm OR US 6 / 4mm (preferably circular needles with a cable length of 24”)
- Tapestry needle
Students who participated in Basics of Knitting Part I can bring needles and leftover yarn to this course.
Please RSVP with the button below. Capacity is limited.
Wednesday, November 9 & Wednesday, November 16*
5:30 - 7:30 pm
*Class meets twice
Misha & Puff Newburyport Store
52 Pleasant Street
ABOUT JENNIFER BROU
Jennifer Brou is an artist, designer, and educator based in South Portland, Maine.
She has 13-years of experience as a designer and developer in the footwear industry and
17- years of knitting experience. She currently teaches in the Foundation Program at Maine College of Art & Design.
Alongside teaching and designing knitwear, Jennifer mends knits for Misha & Puff, works in her studio, and loves running.
More info on her website.