On the Edge
Borders and edgings differ from trims in that they are very often worked separately, usually in a different direction. The main knitting is then picked up from this border or edging and worked upwards. This separation means more possibilities for variations of materials, gauge, stitch, etc. Then there’s the problem of how to join the same border or edging along vertical sides, curved edges, and garment tops. Get to know more possibilities for adding interest to knit garments or even “dressing up” store bought items with bits of knitting. Also included are novelty add-ons.
Level of Experience: Advanced beginner
Homework: Instructions for the following swatches will be emailed upon registration:
- Knit four swatches; each swatch will be only 12 stitches to cast on.
- Knit one St st swatch and one ‘mini’ swatch.
- Knit a short I-cord.
Materials to Bring to Workshop
- Swatches as prescribed by homework.
- Set of double-pointed needles same size as needles used in # 1 or 4 of homework, circular needles 1 or 2 sizes smaller.
- Several other colors of worsted weight yarn.
- Tapestry needle.
- Crochet hooks of several sizes.
Materials fee: None
Cost: $30 for members ($65 for non-members which includes Guild membership through 2019). In order to receive a cancellation refund, please cancel prior to the beginning of the guest instructor’s Tuesday program.
How to Register: Sign up at a Guild meeting or send an email to Programs@SanDiegoKnitters.com. Be sure to include your name, the name of the workshop, your email address and a telephone number. Payment is requested at time of registration. Your registration is guaranteed upon confirmation of receipt of your payment.
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