Design a Knitted Gradient Shrug taught by Sheila Kirschenbaum
Sheila modeled her Gradient Shrug at the Holiday Luncheon Fashion show and lots of people wanted the pattern. If you would like to learn how to make a shrug of your own or how to create your own gradient, this class is designed for you.
In this class you will learn:
1) How Sheila modified the pattern to make a more fitted shrug. She’ll share her calculations, so you don’t have to do the math.
2) How to create chromatic and tonal gradients using two, three, or twelve colorways, including techniques to fade one color into another.
You will not go home with a shrug, but you’ll have the knowledge to start knitting one that fits in a faded gradient of your choice.
Intermediate skills are recommended and include stranded knitting and the basics (casting on, knitting and purling, increasing and decreasing.)
Supplies and materials must be brought to class by participants. A complete list will be sent to registrants by Sheila.
Homework is required. Information will be sent to registrants by Sheila.
Cost is $30 for 3 hours. Fees are paid directly to the MTM instructor at the class, or when registering at a Guild meeting. Participants must register in advance of the class with sufficient time to gather supplies and complete homework.
Class size is limited to 15 participants.
For questions about the class, registration, and other information please contact Sheila Kirschenbaum. Sheila’s contact information can be found in the Guild Directory.