Argyle Socks – NorthCoast Knittery

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Argyle Socks

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     Argyle socks (and sweaters) have those classic diamond designs that never go out of style, with contemporary variations and color combinations giving the traditional design new appeal.  Learn the classic argyle style sock—knit back and forth with intarsia knitting for the leg, then joined and knit in the round for the foot of the sock.   Intarsia knitting is knitting with multiple colors of yarn hanging at different points across the row, picked up and knit, picked up and knit, repeatedly, following a stitch chart.  With argyle, one forms colored diamonds against a main color background using the intarsia technique.  Instruction will cover how to choose color combinations, intarsia knitting technique, how to read the chart, and how to seam invisibly. This class will be taught by the guest instructor Linnie Blattner!

Materials: The class will discuss best the yarn and color choices for argyle socks. Yarn and bobbins will be available to purchase on the first class date. You will also need US size 5 double pointed knitting needles, as well as stitch markers, a tapestry needle, and a tape measure. 

Prerequisite Skill Level:  Participants must already have experience knitting socks and must understand sock construction.  Class instruction is focussed on intarsia argyle technique for the leg of the sock, along with invisible seaming.  Written instructions will be provided for finishing the foot part of the socks, and it is assumed that class members can easily follow them without assistance.

 February 2017 Dates & Times:

 Saturday Feb 4th, 10:00am - 1:00pm

Saturday Feb 11th, 10:00am - 1:00pm

Workshops and classes are non-refundable within 30 days prior to the workshop/class date. A 50% refund is granted if you cancel more than 30 days prior to the workshop date. Workshops and classes cannot be purchased with birthday discounts, contest winnings, or any other discounts.  You must enroll in classes and workshops prior to the day of the class.  Some classes require homework preparation and supplies, so be sure to sign up plenty of time in advance.

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