Learn the art of Steeking – a traditional Shetland method of cutting into fairisle knitting, to open up necklines, cardigan fronts and sleeve holes. It can be quite daunting to cut through
Learn the art of Steeking – a traditional Shetland method of cutting into fairisle knitting, to open up necklines, cardigan fronts and sleeve holes. It can be quite daunting to cut through your knitting but once mastered ‘Steeking’ will revolutionise your knitting!
The technique can also be adapted to upcycle certain ready made manufactured knitwear items.
We are honoured to be welcoming back Jill Blugan (known in the online knitting community as ‘Knit with Jill’) for a guest appearance. Please note this is a one off workshop.
On completion of this workshop, participants will confidently be able to:
– Understand how and where to incorporate a ‘steek’ into your knitting
– Explore the convenience of knitting on the round and then being able to cut open the knitting
– Realise the benefits for creating continuous intricate pattern designs.
– Cut open your knitting confidently without it unravelling!
– Add an enhanced skill to your knitting tool kit!
Class Size: Max 8 Students
Class Includes: Hand Knitted Swatch by Jill to go through the process, wool needle
(you are welcome to bring along your own projects to get advice on too)
How To Book: Contact us directly on o20 7275 8043 or BOOK ONLINE
Please Note: The workshop will take place in the Fabrications studio (which is downstairs from the shop via 12 steps)
Photo Credit: Nettynot Creates
Barley MasseyTextile Designer Maker & Founder/Caretaker of Fabrications Venuebarley@fabrications1.co.uk 7 Broadway Market
Fabrications7 Broadway MarketThe workshop / event takes place in the Fabrications "Imaginerium" studio located downstairs from the shop area.