This cowl was named for the look of katakana symbols resembling the texture on this slip-stitch cowl design, a distant cousin ofKOKOdesignpatterns. The dimensional structured fabric of this cowl is shaped through a series of increases and progressively growing in size motifs, yet the density and elasticity of it allows you to easily adapt it to be worn as a snood or as a capelet. And with this versatile stitch pattern either side can be worn as a public side!" (Olga Buraya-Kefelian)
This beginning intermediate pattern is made in worsted weight yarn, pattern is included in class. Taught by Zori Bragg, sample is in the shop now.
Wednesday, November 3rd, 10am to 1pm
Class size is limited to 4, each student will have their own table.