Class: So Faded Sweater

“So Faded” Sweater Class with Marianne
A beautiful beginner sweater! In this three-part class, students will learn to knit a top-down raglan sweater while creating a ‘faded’ color effect. This pattern by Andrea Mowry is the perfect first-sweater project. Choose your favorite fade colors (our staff are happy to help with selection) and sign up today!

What you’ll learn:

How to do raglan increases

How to separate stitches for sleeves

How to measure for and fade colors depending on size and number of colors used

How to pick up stitches for ribbing

Tips and tricks for great finish and fit

Three 2-hour sessions:
Saturday, April 28, May 12, and May 19
10:30 am – 12:30 pm
$85 plus materials

About the pattern: 

From the designer: This sweater sums up my ideal raglan pullover: worked from the top down, completely seamless, and just a little bit of texture to make it fit into a more modern wardrobe! Adjust the length of the sleeves and the body easily to fit your personal style!

The So-Faded sweater is an ideal beginner sweater project – easy to knit, seamless, and a top-down construction that allows the knitter to try-on the sweater as they go for a perfect fit. The pattern comes in a large range of sizes, from 30″ to 58″ bust. There is also a children’s pattern, if you prefer to knit for a smaller human. The sweater is knit in fingering weight yarn, which makes for a light sweater perfect for spring/summer evenings. The fading effect is created by blending hand-dyed speckled or variegated yarns. It is easy to customize to use as many colors of yarns as you like. Choose from a cropped length or full-length body, and 3/4 or full-length sleeves.