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Learning Nålbinding, Starting with Hats
Date: Sunday, Oct 6 - Saturday, Oct 12, 2019
Subject: Knitting, Needlework & Thread Art
Instructor: Kate Martinson
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Knotless netting ("nålbinding" in Norway) utilizes an eyed needle to produce stretchable fabrics of interlocking loops. Follow the Scandinavian adaptation - using primarily wool yarns, no formal patterns, the Broden stitch, and wooden needles - to construct hats of various types. We'll cover history/culture, basic stitches, construction techniques, pattern development, and fulling of samples and completed items. All are welcome, and no experience is needed; nimble fingers helpful.

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Tuition: $630.00
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