Knitting with Colour. Stranded Colour and Fair Isle Knitting Workshop.

Working from a chart, stranded colour and fair isle knitting are usually worked in stocking stitch using two colours in a row. One, or both of these colours may change on subsequent rows dependent on the pattern to be worked.
The strands carried across the back of the work should be tensioned loosely and evenly. The predominant yarn will usually lie on top and the yarn should be stranded in the same order on every following row. This avoids yarn tangle whilst work is in progress and creates a neat finish to the reverse of the work.
Last weekends 'Knitting in colour' workshop was held at Rowan Up Country in Holmfirth. 
It was a great success, with outstanding results.
If you'd like to attend one of the knitting workshops. 
All full list is available on the 'How to Knit' Knitting Workshops page of the blog.
New workshops are added on a regular basis.

The next 'Knitting in colour' workshop  
will be held at Castaway Yarns in Haxby near York on
Sat 21st April – Knitting in Colour
Come and learn how to knit in colour, using stranded knitting and fair isle techniques and learn how to knit motifs and letters with colour and learn the intarsia method. 
With knitwear designer Audrey Wilson.
(This workshop is running from 1pm to 5pm) 
Yarn and pattern are included as well as tea and coffee and cake
Book your place now as spaces are limited. 
Please bring 4mm needles with you. 
Call into Castaway Yarns at 6 Haxby Shopping Centre. Haxby 
or call 01904 764 644 to book your place. 


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