Dozens of cast-on techniques exist: one-strand or two-strand; loose and flowing or elastic and springy; invisible or decorative. Review your options in this class—try variations on old favorites, and discover entirely new options. Best of all, gain the familiarity you need to choose just the right cast-on for your next project.
- 3 hours (or 6 hours, for the insanely curious)
- Skills required:
- basic knitting experience
- smooth, light colored, worsted-weight yarn in two colors; needles of a size appropriate for your yarn, including two circulars, a long Magic Loop circular, or a set of dpns; needles two sizes smaller than you would normally use with your yarn; a crochet hook