Online Class

Next Steps in Intarsia


Discover intriguing intarsia techniques as you knit stop-and-stare accessories. Learn to work intarsia with multiple colors, in the round and much more!

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What You Get

  • 8 Streaming HD video lessons with anytime, anywhere access
  • Class materials, including patterns for an intarsia cowl, mitts and a hat
  • Hours of close-up instruction
  • Answers to student questions from instructor Anne Berk
  • Closed captioning available (web only)

How it works

  • Once you purchase find your class in your class library.
  • Watch on any device anytime.
  • Find class materials in the class viewer.

Class Overview

Create three exclusive intarsia projects with knitting innovator and instructor Anne Berk. Start with a cowl project to get confident working in more than two colors and knitting striking zigzag stripes. Next, discover Anne's technique for knitting intarsia in the round as you make a pair of seamless, fingerless mitts with a gorgeous five-color plaid pattern. Finally, knit a hat with multicolored diamond motifs wrapping around the entire design. Plus, learn tips for keeping your yarns organized, maintaining your tension, calculating yarn needs and more! Blend eye-catching colors and patterns into knit accessories that invite envy and inspire more works of extraordinary intarsia.

Lesson Breakdown

1. Introduction
Meet your instructor, Anne Berk, a master knitter, designer and author of Annetarsia Knits. Learn more about intarsia and about the tools and yarn supplies you'll need for getting started on swatching and planning your projects.
2. Zigzag Cowl
3. Tips & Tricks
4. Intarsia in the Round
5. Thumb & Finishing
6. The Diamond Hat
7. Finishing the Hat
8. Bonus: Fixing Mistakes

Taught by

Anne Berk
Anne Berk
Anne Berk is a knitting instructor and an optometric physician. She graduated from the The Knitting Guild of America's Master Handknitting Program in 2003. Anne has designed for many yarn companies, including Blue Moon Fiber Arts and Simply Socks Yarn Company., and had her patterns and articles published in PieceWork, Sockupied, ColorKnits, Twist Collective and more. She is also the author of Annetarsia Knits: A New Link to Intarsia.
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