Intermediate Versa Lace class

This class is on the schedule at SAFF 2018 under the name "Intermediate Reversible Lace." Learn more and register here.

You’ve learned the basics of versa lace. Take the next step. How do you work double-increases, double-decreases, in the round, or center-out? How do you deal with purl stitches? Can you use beads? This class will give you the skills to make hats, mitts, tube socks, circular shawls, and more in versa lace.

Skill level is advanced.
Prerequisite: Prospective students have already taken Introduction to Versa Lace or already know those skills: double yarn-overs, Italian cast-on, tubular bind-off, left-leaning reversible decrease, and right-leaning reversible decrease.

What you will learn:
3-into-1 reversible centered double decrease
3-into-1 reversible double decrease
yo-k-yo double increase
k-yo-k double increase
center-out cast-on
tubular cast-on in the round
when, if, and how to incorporate purl stitches
how to convert regular lace patterns

Maximum 20 students.

half day workshop (3 hours)

Students receive a handout in booklet form, including the "Alacrity" fingerless mitts (a paid download on Ravelry).

No materials fee

No homework, per se, but please be sure you meet the prerequisite.

class yarn (worsted weight, plain, light or bright or medium color, non-splitting)
needles appropriate for 1×1 ribbing in this yarn
cable needle or double-pointed needles
needles for working in the round
waste yarn for a tubular cast-on in the round

No special needs for the room set up. A whiteboard or flip chart is nice to have but not need to have. Room set-up should be tables and chairs either facing forward or in a U-shape. I have a projector if the facilities can accommodate it.

This material has been taught at
Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair 2016, Fletcher NC, as the second half of an all-day class
or at The Whole Nine Yarns, Woodstock GA as the second meeting of a two-meeting class.

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