This pattern is an old favorite of mine--and we're re-imagining it in Reggae Ombre' for winter! This is a clever, quick project--learn towork simple short rows in rib.
Project: Calorimetry by Kathryn Schoendorf
"Calorimetry is a scientific term describing the measurement of heat lost or gained. Knit hats are a wonderful way to block out the cold, but when you have long hair it usually requires wearing it down, not often the most comfortable option on a blustery day. This headscarf allows you to wear your hair up while keeping your ears warm and preventing heat from escaping from the top of your head."
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced
Skills Required: Must know how to cast on and knit and purl.
Learn to work short rows.
Pattern Requirements: US #7 16" circular or straight needles, stitch markers. Needles available for purchase. If you have 16" circular needles, please bring a variety of sizes as your gauge may vary. Pattern is a free download HERE on Knitty.com. Students must download, print and bring their own pattern.
Materials: One skein Reggae Ombre'
Class size is limited. Preregistration is required. (717) 768-8007.
Materials for Free Workshops at LYS must be purchased at LYS.