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Tuesday 11 - 5
Wednesday 1 - 9
Thursday 11 - 5
Friday 11 - 4
Saturday 10 - 6
Sunday February 1st 12 - 4 ~ Knitting in the Red Yarn Shop 2864 E Cherokee Dr Suite D (Next to TSC) Canton, Ga 30115 770- 402-9610
Free Demonstration Saturday
Stop in and learn Emily Ocker's Cast On, used to start a
piece of circular knitting (like a tablecloth, shawl or dishcloth) in
the middle. The magical thing is that after knitting a few rounds, you
can pull on the loose yarn end to close the hole in the center.
shawl is knit from the lower edge up toward the neck and features
slipped stitches traveling over a striped garter stitch background. The
crescent shape is created with short rows. The stitch patterns are
given in chart form only."
simple and attractive mock-cable pattern easily executed and
impressive! Adds texture and interest to uniform-colored yarn without
"bumpiness." Subtle enough for variegated yarn, too. Classic round heel
and toe for comfortable fit and ease of knitting."
in shape, forest park cowl becomes wider partway through your knitting
to allow for a more stylish slouch when worn. The simple repetitive
cable pattern is spaced by garter stitch ribbing to give this cowl a
classic, textured look.
"The Magnolia Cowl is
a pattern chock full of techniques! Lace, wrapped stitches, back loop
knitting, bobbles and faux cables make this knit-in-the-round cowl an
exciting knit! Coming in at only 360 yards, this would be an ideal
project for those hanks of sock yarn you have hanging around. This
pattern is also written out and charted."
Sugarloaf, worked in Plucky Snug, is a cowl with lots of fun and
interest. The two sections are worked separately; one is lace and the
other is an interesting rib pattern. When you have completed both
sections, they are cleverly joined with a three-needle bind off in a
contrasting color. A quick knit, and the color combinations are endless!
"Jennybec is a classic addition to any fall or winter
wardrobe. It is worked with a provisional cast-on and then knitted flat
until both ends of the piece are grafted together using the Kitchener
stitch. Phototutorial links are provided for provisional cast-on and