For a lot of knitters lace knitting means shawls and although shawls are incredibly popular, many knitters prefer to knit garments. In my lace knitting classes we do start a shawl during the afternoon but the skills you learn will also apply to knitting lace garments.
My goal is to give you the confidence to tackle a lace pattern on your own and to gradually grow your confidence to tackle more complicated patterns.
Whether you're new to lace knitting or if you've already done some lace knitting, you will still learn a lot from this class. In the afternoon we'll cast on for a beaded lace shawl. I'll bring a selection of small shawl patterns for you to choose from. You can book your space at the Beaded Lace Knitting Workshop at Truro Wool by contacting the shop.
Carol said this after attending one of my lace classes: Thank you for your workshop yesterday. I had a very enjoyable day after a scary start when I realised that not only did everyone else know what they were doing but most of them were wearing their previous projects! Thank you for your patience and I can now work out what some of the other patterns are going on about now, (which had previously had me baffled by the second row!).