SEQUENCE KNITTING – Fabulous Textures with the Serpentine Method
The serpentine method in sequence knitting is a way to create beautiful, complex, all-over textured fabrics by just repeating a single sequence. Students will leave with several patterns to make their own scarf or shawl.
Materials to Bring to Workshop:
1 ball of smooth, light colored yarn
A few yards of the same yarn base in a different color
Needles in size appropriate to student’s yarn
A pen or pencil for note taking
Optional: Students can bring other yarns they are interested in using for a sequence knitting project to discuss how to best use them use them.
Concept of the serpentine method
The kinds of fabrics that can be made with the serpentine method
How to read sequence knitting instructions and charts
Selvedges and symmetry
Strategies for staying on track
Keys to getting great results
Materials fee: None
Cost: $30 for members ($55 for non-members which includes a 2019 Guild membership)
Location: Temple Solel on Manchester Avenue in Cardiff. Map it!
How to Register: Sign up at the February 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.
Learn more about Cecelia Campochiaro’s visit to the Guild Knitters News.