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Stranded Colorwork: Basics & Beyond taught by Sunne Meyer

Demystify stranded knitting and achieve colorwork success as you knit three pairs of cozy mittens that are sure to impress.

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I decided to use 12 inch circs easier to join the hem. :-).

06/01/2014 Flag

Wow, they look great in the dark colors! Beautiful tension.

06/02/2014 Flag

Thanks using the 12" inch circs work like a dream. I did try the DPN's but I felt it was way to fiddly I do not knit fair isle with 2 hands unless trapping so using the DPN's proved a disaster. I always look for alternatives as I love knitting and the Magic Loop proved to be a headache. So I use the smaller sizes the 9, and 11 circs as well they work well for small projects.

06/06/2014 Flag

Thanks now working on the thumbs.

06/06/2014 Flag

I did not intend to use these colors but the kit for this mitten was sold out so I just swatches to see what I had tat could match. I used the Red as the dominant as using the black proved to be a headache for me as I could not see the stitches with the design. I suffer vision wise so I had to make charts to separate your charts. Yes I have do e it with many color patterns as I cannot see certain colors so using a mono chart or symbols makes things simple. I do love this class your get a great hang for 3 projects. Hope to see you again on the platform.

06/06/2014 Flag