Cables are a popular technique used in many knitting patterns to create interlocking turns and twists. Cables may look difficult or confusing, but give them a try and see for yourself how easy they can be. In this single 2 hour class let us show you how to make a simple cable pattern and perfect your technique using a cable needle. We will talk about the structure of a cable stitch, how to read a cable pattern and see what one looks like on a chart.
Supplies: Yarn: Worsted weight yarn, the sample is 95 yds (you will need at least 400 yds if you are making a scarf). Needles: size 8 and a corresponding sized cable needle.
Prerequisites: You must be able to do these without assistance: Cast on Bind off Knit and purl in the same row. Read a written knitting pattern.
Homework: Be sure your to have your supplies and your yarn wound, if necessary, before the day of class.
Class size is limited and masks are required.
Learn how to knit a cable using a cable needle and how to read a cable pattern.
Must be able to cast on, bind off, knit and purl in the same row and read a knitting pattern without assistance.
Sandra has been teaching Fiber Arts for over 20 years. She is a Certified Therapeutic Fiber Arts Instructor with emphasis in Special Education. She uses an student driven approach allowing each person to learn at their own pace.
How to Knit a Cable
$ 25.00 Price does not include class supplies. Supplies must be purchased from the shop prior to the first day of class.