This class is a 3-part series, held on Mondays, October 9, 23, and 30 from 10:30am-12:00pm. Basic knitting skills are required.
This is an online class hosted through Zoom. You will receive an email with a link to access the Zoom before the event from your event host.
A computer with access to the internet and speakers or headsets are required. A webcam and microphone are suggested to fully participate. Please note that Zoom allows you to share your video and audio with the group. If you choose to enable these settings, you are consenting to appear on audio and video. This event is not being recorded and we ask that out of courtesy to the other participants, please refrain from screen captures, photography or resharing information about the participants or the discussion outside of this event.
If using a mobile device, Android and iOS users must install the Zoom App (App Store | Play Store). However, please note interactivity may be limited. Additional information will be included in the email from your event host.
Learn how to knit Purl Soho's Dumpling Bag. The simple but beautiful bag is full of knitting techniques.
Class Duration: 3 parts, 1.5 hours per part
Age Requirements: 18+
Recommended Prerequisite: None
Required Skills: Cast on, knit, bind off
Materials Fee: None
Materials (Instructor will email a a link to the pattern and finalized materials list prior to the class date).
100 yards of DK (Size 3) or light worsted weight yarn (worsted weight yarn will work also)
US 5, 16" circular knitting needles
Stitch markers, including one unique
Scrap yarn in a worsted weight and a crochet hook to match (for provisional cast on)
Note: Beginning knitting skills are necessary to be successful in this class. New to knitting? Check out the Fiber Arts Lib Guide.
Note: Knitting skills are necessary to be successful in this class. New to knitting? Check out Let's Knit Level 1.
||Someone who grasps the most basic stitches and can finish simple patterns with aid.
||Someone who easily handles standard stitches and can follow simple patterns.
||Someone who can follow most patterns with ease, is able to read stitches and charts, and to whom working in the round is no longer a challenge.
||Someone who can adjust patterns to their own preferences, substitute yarn, and produce neat results consistently in flat, round, lace, and three-dimensional projects.