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Stranded with Mary Scott Huff

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    Stranded with Mary! Love the beautiful stranded colorwork from the Nordic knitting tradition? Who doesn t ! In this four -session knitting adventure, students
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      Stranded with Mary!

      Love the beautiful stranded colorwork from the Nordic knitting
      tradition? Who doesn't !

      In this four -session knitting adventure, students will make their own stranded colorwork cardigans. From cast -on to bind-off , Mary Scott Huff will guide knitters through the
      process of creating their own hand-knit work of art inspired by traditional patterns, using both traditional techniques and some modern shortcuts.

      If you have ever wanted to understand the const ruct ion process of a stranded cardigan but were afraid that the techniques might be too involved or confusing, here is your chance to create a sweater wi th the help and support of a pro.

      Mary is the author of The New Stranded Colorwork: Techniques and Patterns for Vibrant Knitwear (Interweave Press, 2009) , with a new book, Teach Yourself Visually Color Knitting, due for release in 2012.

      When:
      Four Saturday Sessions, for
      18 hours of instruction:

      January 14, Getting Stranded,
      10:00am—4:00pm;
      March 17, Stranded in the
      Middle, 10:00am—1:00pm;
      April 14, Making the Cut,
      10:00am—4:00pm;
      May 19, All Buttoned Up,
      10:00am—1:00pm.

      Where:
      Nordic Heritage Museum
      Cost:
      $295 members;
      $305 non-members.
      For further information and a
      supply list please contact
      Linda Lingle at
      206-789-5707, ext. 21 or
      lindal@....
      Nordic Heritage Museum
      3014 NW 67th Street
      Seattle, WA 98117
      206.789.5707
      www.nordicmuseum.org
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