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Six By Six KAL with Nancy Lekx on Zoom

Here’s a “Plug and Play,” or “Choose your own Adventure” type of pattern—a recipe for a lacy, top-down triangular shawl, suitable for any weight of yarn or gauge, which can be knit to any size.  The six interchangeable stitch patterns are all six-stitch repeats, and you can arrange them any way you want to personalize your shawl.  Specific instructions are given in the pattern for the three samples I’ve knit, as well as general rules for you to follow for your own designs.  Knitters participating in HOKC's KAL will receive additional resources, and invitations to 5 Zoom meetings where we can learn, plan, and knit together.  For the first meeting, bring some yarn and appropriately sized needles for swatching, even if you haven't chosen the exact yarn you want to use for your shawl. 

Participants need to have bought a pattern to join the KAL. 

Here's the link to the pattern: .
Please note that there is a coupon code good for 50% off a pattern purchase from now until the start of the KAL:  HOKC50.  All that information is on the pattern page.

Day One:
Swatching ▪ discussion of why swatching is important ▪ comparison of swatches on different sized needles ▪ tips on how to swatch for this project ▪ time to swatch together and ask questions

Day Two: Planning ▪ to plan or not to plan? ▪ general rules for planning and making the shawl ▪ how to add stitch patterns to achieve the look you want ▪ additional resources ➢ variations on stitch patterns ➢ extra charts ▪ time to plan together and discuss ideas
Day Three: Knitting ▪ some tips about shawl knitting ➢ making the garter tab ➢ loosening the garter edge along the wingspan ➢ lace-knitting techniques ▪ time to knit together and ask questions
Day Four: Finishing ▪ time to show off our knitting progress ▪ while participants continue knitting their shawls, I’ll share some ideas about finishing ➢ effective bind-offs ➢ blocking ▪ time to knit together and ask questions
Day Five: Variations ▪ time to show off our knitting progress ▪ variations on shape ➢ how to adapt the stitch patterns to make an asymmetrical triangular shawl or a rectangular wrap

Zoom I.D. number: 880 3408 0161
Passcode: HOKC

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: All the necessary techniques will be demonstrated, but it would be helpful if participants had at least a little experience knitting lace.
Requirements: Participants must purchase pattern for this KAL.
Instructor: Nancy Lekx

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.