Marion is a hard working knitter. She comes into the shop, settles down in her normal spot on the couch, and spreads out her notes and charts to work on the project in the photo below.
This is her Vogue Sleeveless Tunic, knit in Cascade 220 Superwash Sport, a top that will be the focus of her upcoming class. Marion’s getting a head start on the project before the class begins on April 30th, working out the kinks so she can guide her students through the pattern with ease.
Accomplished knitter that she is, Marion has altered the pattern somewhat, working the front and back together in one flat piece rather than two, giving her one less seam to sew. Additionally, finding the cable chart too small and too fussy to read, Marion has written up line by line instructions, which will come along with the original pattern in her class. There’s still one space left in that class, by the way. If you’d like to fill it and join Marion in creating a beautiful garment for spring, head over to the shop website to register. Marion is also teaching an upcoming class on magic loop socks, a kind of level 2 class for those who have already learned the magic loop method and would like to add cable or lace patterns to their toe-up socks. There are plenty of spaces in that class, so register now for what’s sure to be an enlightening experience!