Lisa Daniels Workshops
Friday, June 12th, 9am – Noon
Saturday, June 13th, 9am – Noon
This is a two-day, six-hour workshop.
This 2-session (each a 1/2 day) seminar is a comprehensive introduction to the complex and exciting technique called entrelac.
The appearance of woven strips of knitting is achieved with intermediate level knitting skills. Just the ability to knit, purl, increase and decrease are all that’s required.
Fun! The classroom will be a very stimulating environment. A trunk show of finished samples, both colorful and inspiring, plus the yarns to achieve the most exciting results.
Class fee includes the materials to sample the technique for Session 1. Please bring US size 8 straight knitting needles.
Session 1: Introduction to entrelac and getting started with practice
materials plus the selection of class project.
Session 2: Continuation of technical steps and starting class project.
3 kit choices will be available for purchase at the end of Session 1, which will give each student a good choice to continue in Session 2 on Saturday morning.
The kit prices are variable to allow each student to pick their own colorway, their own price range, and to let each choose the size of their finished project.
Each person can choose to make a small scarf or small cowl vs. a bigger, more dramatic scarf which will take more yarn and more time.
Kit #1 is $44 and will include 4 skeins of yarn. Bring your size 8 needles.
Kit #2 will cost $20 for 1 skein of a finer yarn. Bring size 6 needles.
Kit #3 is $40 for an interesting solid color yarn and size 8 needles are needed.
Lisa Daniels is a master knitter and published designer. She has taught knitting and crochet for over 30 years. Her designs have appeared in issues of Interweave Knits, Knitscene, and Knit and Style, and in books like Knitters Stash, Donna Kooler’s Encyclopedia of Knitting, plus Scarf Style.
Lisa has been featured in episodes of the DIY network’s Knitty Gritty and PBS’s Needle Arts Studio. Her calm but upbeat manner has made her a successful and sought after teacher of knitting and crochet for over 30 years. Lisa generously shares her wisdom of color values and fabulous finishing technique expertise. She currently teaches at Wild West Wools in Stevensville MT.