Hosted by: Peters Valley School of Craft
May 20-21, 2017
19 Kuhn Road, Layton NJ

Instructor: Kate Sarah Mitchell
So you’ve made a gazillion scarves but still can’t increase, decrease or read a pattern? Come learn the next steps in knitting: multiple cast-ons and bind-offs; increasing left, right, and centered; lace stitches; and basic cables. Learn the abbreviations for reading and writing patterns and charts. We’ll also make time for special requests like knitting fair isle, knitting backwards, or using circular and double pointed needles. You’ll go home with up to a dozen swatches or more and the knowledge to broaden your knitting repertoire to garments or freeform art. Previous experience with at least a basic knit and purl is necessary to get the most from the class.
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate
Kate Mitchell spent a year in Ollantaytambo, Peru, where she worked in capacity building and skill development with six women’s textile cooperatives (weaving, knitting, spinning and dyeing) in the rural Andes Mountains. In addition to working with 150 indigenous women, there she coordinated the work of 4-6 visiting designers from the US and Europe creating fair trade sustainable textiles for the international market. Prior to that, she taught knitting and spinning in the Hudson Valley where she owned a yarn shop and studio. Kate is currently the Artist Fellow in Fibers at Peters Valley. She has a degree in textile and surface design from FIT.
Tuition: $315
Studio/Materials Fee: $25

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