Knitting II: Learn Stitch Widths with a Triangle Scarf Premium class

Davina Choy, Founder of Sheep & Stitch

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7 Videos (38m)
    • Trailer

      1:20
    • Introduction and Materials

      4:54
    • Considering Yarn Weights

      3:24
    • Demonstrating the Cast On and Increase Stitches

      9:35
    • Planning for Color Blocking and Mixed Yarns

      5:09
    • Demonstrating Color Blocking

      8:36
    • Finishing with Weaving Off

      4:38

About This Class

Learn to knit with Sheep & Stitch founder Davina Choy's fun 36-minute class for beginners. With friendly and clear instruction, she introduces three easy techniques to expand your repertoire: stitch increases so you can shape stitched fabric into alternate shapes, color blocking for visual interest, and weaving in loose ends for that polished final touch. She demonstrates each technique in a Skillshare-exclusive triangle scarf pattern specifically designed for a beginner, and the zoomed-in video lessons make it easy to see each move. By the class's end, you'll have a fun triangle scarf to throw on any outfit or share with a friend.

For basics, check out Knitting I: Learn the Basics with a Simple Scarf.

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8 of 8 students recommendSee All

Another good video. Nice scarf. Good instruction. Good basic lesson in yarn weights. Nice section in weaving in tails if you work in different colors.

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Davina Choy

Founder of Sheep & Stitch

Davina is the founder of Sheep and Stitch, a website that teaches people how to knit through knitting patterns, video tutorials, yarns and kits. Knitting is an incredible act of creation. Think about it: with just sticks, string, and your own two hands, you can make a hat ... or a scarf ... or a sweater! It seems like pure magic! And yet, it's actually pretty easy to do. Davina's goal is to share the magic of knitting so that everyone can experience the joy of making something beautiful and warm with their own two hands.