ABOUT THIS EVENT
Arts & DIY
Learn two-color brioche with Detroit based knitwear designer and instructor Cassondra Rizzardi. She will be teaching the ins and outs of knitting brioche flat, as well as increases and decreases commonly used in popular brioche patterns. For this class, you will be working on swatches to develop your skills in a no-pressure environment. You will leave class with a working knowledge of the special stitches for increasing and decreasing in brioche knitting as well as the skill of reading your work so that you will be able to catch and fix mistakes.
What to Bring
US 6-8 circular needles (16 inch or longer cable)Worsted or DK weight yarn. Choose 2 highly contrasting colors.Stitch markers
Basic knitting skills required, plus yarn overs and slipping stitches.
All materials can be purchased in store at 10% off.
What You Can Expect From This Experience
- Two color Brioche
- Brioche increases and decreases
- Reading your work
- Fixing mistakes
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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST
Chastity Dunlap and Tracy Ricker are the proud new owners of Dye Hard Yarns - where color, texture, and community come together. We are two friends with a passion for fiber, color, and everything to do with yarn creations. With over 11 years of knitting and crochet experience between us, it's become our mission to help you achieve your project dreams, and to build a community centered around joy, and a shared love for the fiber arts.
Come visit us at our yarn boutique nestled in the Downtown Oak Park area where we offer classes in crochet, knitting, and spinning, plus group events and Wednesday Fiber Fun nights. We provide project and pattern help, color advice, and a warm inspiring environment in which to create your first or next project. Join us and peruse our stock of yarn, fiber, spindles, needles, hooks, and notions. Work on your projects in the company of other makers, share your works in progress, or reveal what you have recently finished. For the professional makers, designers, and teachers: we are always looking for new artists to collaborate with. We invite you to check out our blog and calendar of events, shop for your next project, sign up for classes, or just stop in and say hello!
We are located at 1107 Westgate St. Oak Park, IL 60301