xx-Sold Out-xx SP14 Spinning Cables with Judith MacKenzie
Thursday, April 30 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Turf Valley – Belmont Room
Cables are an incredibly useful and beautiful yarn structure. They are strong and stable, a great choice for making a great sock or a wonderful warp. They are the basis for almost every novelty yarn. Cables can be made of the very finest cashmere or stainless steel and gold threads. Cables produce endlessly fascinating color effects. They are a very effective way to mix fibers that are incompatible because of crimp or length differences. You could make a different cable for every day of the year. All this in a simple structure that has only a few simple rules! What could be more fun? Skill level: Advanced beginner, intermediate and expert. Maximum number of students: 15. Students should bring: Working spinning wheel and all of its parts, even the ones you’ve never used. Extra bobbins, niddy noddy, lazy kate, measuring tape, scissors and handcards. Knitting needles in a range that you like to knit with.
Class Code: SP14 Class Fee: $55. Materials Fee: $15.