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INSTRUCTOR
Krista Ann
SKILL LEVEL
Advanced Beginner
VIDEO LENGTH
46 Minutes

If you’re looking for a pattern that will use a variety of stitches and make a beautiful gift, the Cable Knit Cowl is for you.
This class will teach beginners how to knit cables and other useful skills. It’s a fun pattern that results in a beautiful one of a kind cowl. And there are so many things to be learned from this easy to follow knitting class.

What You Get

1 streaming video tutorial - access  anytime Class materials and tools
 Answer to student questions from instructor Printable patterns, FAQs and supply list
Inspiration for other projects using this stitch

Class Description

If you’ve never knit cables before, Krista Ann makes the technique so simple that you’ll wonder why you were scared in the first place. This pattern is really fun and exciting enough for advanced knitters. And if you’re a beginner, this class has everything you need to grow your skill set and feel confident in making this cowl. It has a delicate lacy section blended with the beautiful assorted cables. It’s truly a one of a kind piece that you’ll feel proud of. She’ll help you cast on your stitches to begin your piece. And she walks you through a three needle bind off to seamlessly connect the ends of your cowl. From beginning to end, Krista Ann’s guidance will result in a beautiful cowl you can share with the ones you love.

Recommended With This Class

Cable Knit Cowl

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CLASS INSTRUCTOR

Krista Ann

Krista Ann has been obsessed with knitting since 2013 and is the founder of the yarn shop, Knitsy Knits. Krista Ann’s work combines her passion with her signature style. She has been knitting almost non-stop since she first picked up her needles and her incredible knitting talents have even been featured on The Mindy Project.