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You know the basic knit and purl stitch. You know how to cast on and bind off. Now you want to get your feet wet in a great knitting in the round project with with a faux mobius twist! Join me in my small group class and knit this fun cowl project just in time for spring. We'll sit together over tea and cookies and create a new piece of wearable art.
* Tea and cookies
* Fauxbious Cowl pattern (designed by me)
* Size US 6 24 inch circular needle
* One stitch marker
* Basic knitting instruction booklet
* Your choice of three different yarns for your project
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Heather is a knit designer, teacher and writer. Since 2010 she has taught classes on gardening, knitting, spinning, the use of natural dyes, and the archaeology and mythology of fiber work. Heather is also a Master Gardener and grows many of the plants she uses for natural dyes in her own garden.
Heather has published articles on dyeing fibers with natural plant based dyes in online blogs such as Crochet Addict, UK. She has published patterns in international online fiber magazines and has also published articles in the e-magazine Wild Sister, and has contributed chapters on different goddesses to the books, Naming the Goddess (Moon Books, 2015) and the upcoming Goddesses in America (Moon Books, 2016).
A self-proclaimed knitting addict, Heather designs her own pieces and has a shop on Ravelry in addition to her own website where she blogs and offers classes and patterns.