Knitting 101: Basic Scarf
with Cathey Gidman
Ever thought about trying to knit?
Come and begin the adventure!
“To Knit” means to interlock loops of wool or yarns with needles or machine. In this workshop, you will learn the basics of knitting; including needle selection, yarn selection, and the two most basic stitches. The challenge in knitting lies in the development of consistency throughout your stitches. By mastering these two stitches, the knit stitch and purl stitch, the world of knitting opens.
Cathey began knitting over four decades ago. While making her way through all types of knitting, today she is most known for her knitted socks and fingerless gloves. She calls her work ‘practical art’ as everything she makes is intended for use. Using yarns from bamboo and super wools, all her creations are machine wash and dry, “why have a pair of socks you cannot put into the washer and dryer?” she says. As the years go by, her style evolves, and the patterns will change, but her love for hand knit socks will always remain.
Contact Cathey Gidman to Register
(860) 450 – 9153 or [email protected]
The workshop is FREE to members; $5 for non-members.
$10 Materials Fee for all participants (will take home yarn and needles)