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What "Level" Means:

All levels:
Are willing to try something new

Novice:
Never knit before

Beginner:
Can cast on, knit, purl, bind off, and follow a pattern  

Intermediate and up:
Can cast on, knit, purl, work some pattern stitches, yarn overs, bind off and is familiar with decreases and increases

All yarn suggestions can be found at The Black Purl at Village Gate

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Tangential Blues Pullover Sweater by Carol Feller

November 17, December 29, January 12, February 9, 3-5pm:

$50 + Pattern Fee (Ravelry aprox $7.15)

Level: Intermediate and up

Another wonderful sweater pattern by one of my favorite designers. This is a topdown cabled pullover. Carol Feller is running this as a Knit-A-Long (KAL), her clues will come out to you before the classes. We will work on the sweater long past the time that her clues are for. Feel free to keep pace with Carol and her KAL, or take your time and work along with us. Techniques to learn while making this sweater: German short rows, cable cast on, working cables without a cable needle, reading a cable chart.


Supply List

• Pattern: Tangential Blues by Carol Feller

• 1138-2000 yards of worsted weight yarn.
Suggestion: Amano Warmi

• US #7 32” circular needle for main body + one size smaller for ribbing

• Gauge: 18 sts and 26 rows = 4” / 10 cm in St St blocked

• Cable needle

Homework:

• Print pattern from Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/tangential-blues

• work gauge swatch and bring appropriate needle size for gauge.

Carol Feller KAL Clue dates: 10/29, 11/10, 11/24, 12/1

To register for classes email Tina at knittingcircle@tinaturnerknits.com or call her at 585-820-4507.

Wendee Socklets by Andrea Rangel

November 10, & December 1, 3-5pm

Class Fee: $30+ Pattern Fee (Ravelry aprox $5.00)

Level: Intermediate and up

Lacy ankle socks. These socks are worked top down. A great holiday gift pattern. Uses one skein of fingering sock yarn (350-400yds). If using a hand dyed yarn, I would recommend a semi solid as it will show the lace pattern best.

Supply List:

• Pattern: Wendee

• Suggestion: 2 skeins Lang Yarns Jawoll Superwash, or 1 skein Birch Tree Fiber Arts Co. Fingering, or your favorite semi solid indie dyed yarn.

• US #2/2.75mm double pointed needles, 32 in/80 cm or longer circular needle for magic loop, or 2 circular needles; use your preferred circular knitting method

Homework:

• Print pattern from Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/wendee

• work gauge swatch and bring appropriate needle size for gauge.

To register for classes email Tina at knittingcircle@tinaturnerknits.com or call her at 585-820-4507.

The Knitting Circle is located The Black Purl, 274 N. Goodman St, Suite #D102, Rochester NY 14607: 585-820-4507