Make a sweater over several months in this BARN Knit Along using scrap yarn.
Worked seamlessly from the top down, the Sea Glass Sweater is a great pattern option for using up all of those tiny scraps of yarn you have been saving! This long-sleeved, relaxed-fit sweater is knit in DK weight yarn, using a simple 1x1 colorwork method. With inclusive sizing, tons of tutorials and advice included with the pattern, and no ends to weave in, this is an easy project even for beginning colorwork knitters.
(Photo credit @wool.and.pine.designs, sweater modeled by @kiya.faith)
Skill Level: All Levels
Student should bring:
Ages 14 and up are welcome.
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Naomi Spinak has been digging around in the trash bin for some time to create new treasures. Creator at one time of a line of organic and scrap-based children's clothing (Free Range Kids), Naomi is a costume designer, fiber artist, dressmaker, and currently committee chair for the Bainbridge Island Trashion Show. Her work has been featured in the Bainbridge Island Quilt Show; Bainbridge Performing Arts; the Texas state capitol in Austin; the Kirkland Center for the Arts; and the O'Hanlon Center for the Arts in California. She has a piece in an upcoming issue of Surface Design Association Journal. She has taught numerous classes at her children's school, Odyssey, on Bainbridge.