Understanding Short Rows Knitting Class

Say! Little Hen

Understanding Short Rows Knitting Class

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Learn how to knit short rows in this fun workshop.

In this class, you'll learn how to knit short rows using two common techniques - German Short Rows and Wrap & Turn Short Rows.

Short rows are created by working smaller sections across a row, adding depth and curves. This shaping is commonly found in jumpers and other garments, providing a better fit. Another classic example of short rows is a knitted heel.

Please note: A small amount of homework before the class is required. You'll practise each technique on a small swatch - you will need to arrive with a few rows knitted on your swatch for the start of the class. You'll be emailed instructions on the type of swatch to knit upon booking.

A small selection of teas are available, provided complimentarily. Please feel free to bring a snack for yourself or grab a coffee before arriving!

When: Friday, 16th of June 10:30am - 12:30pm.
Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the class.

Where: Say! Little Hen - 11a Venture Drive, Noosaville (more details here)
Bookings are essential - our classes are kept small to allow ample learning time for each student. Please contact us if you have any questions about the class at any time!
How to book: Simply add this item to cart and proceed to checkout to purchase. Bookings cannot be confirmed until payment has been made. 
Please note this is an in-person event only. You must be able to be present on the day to attend.
Cancellations: 50% of the ticket price is non-refundable unless your place can be filled. Please notify us at least 48 hours prior to cancelling to allow us a chance to fill your place. The class has a minimum student requirement of 4 to proceed. If the minimum isn't reached you'll be notified of the class being postponed.

For the knitter looking to further their knowledge.
You must be able to confidently knit and purl to attend this class.

About Say! Little Hen Yarns

Sustainability & Ethos

With sustainability in mind, all of the cotton yarns in our shop are either certified organic with GOTS or certified with Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), and we also stock locally grown and/or produced wool and alpaca yarns. The softness of yarns is paramount to us, and you'll find each yarn we stock is very soft. 

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