A Drawing Sweater is a beautiful motif sweater. The designer, Tomomi Yoshimoto, wanted to make a sweater so that the flowers on the surface of the water would slowly drift away.
Learn the ladderback jacquard method. It is a way to handle longer floats of non-working yarn. The strands of non-working yarn are connected with vertical columns of stitches or ladders which creates a web that floats behind the work.
This class occurs over a 3 week period. In the first class we will learn how to work this technique on a swatch we make in class. You will then be equipped to start the sweater. We will meet again in 2 weeks to tackle any difficulties you may have.
This is an intermediate to advance knitter class. You must be familiar with stranded color work and reading charts.
Dates: Sunday, October 8th & Sunday October 22nd; 11am to 1pm
Instructors: Ariane Hurley & Diane Liu
Note: Class # 1 please bring two 50gm balls of different colors of stash worsted weight yarn.
Yarn used for Pattern: Sport weight or DK weight yarn.