“A spontaneously joyful knit, the Rio Calina Cowl by Cat Bordhi combines ribbing and cables in a most delightful way. Knit flat with a short seam to form the cowl, this piece frames your neck in a warm and cuddly manner. The geometry of the seam creates a fold down edge that makes the cowl look more complex than it is. Perhaps the most enchanting aspect of this cowl is that you knit it without being held accountable to specific cable counts and placements. Cat encourages you to be free and to follow the river as it takes you on this journey of delight.”
Join me at Yarnability to learn basic cables. We will discuss how cables are created, which direction they are formed in your knitting, how to read them on a chart, and how to cable without using a cable needle!
Class Fee: $25 (not including tax) when you purchase yarn for the project at Yarnability. Class fee increases to $50 when you bring in yarn from your stash.
· Spaces left for Rio Calina Cowl — Saturday, March 6 = 0
· Spaces left for Rio Calina Cowl — Wednesday, March 10 = 3
Yarn: 300-400 yards of Worsted Weight yarn
Needles: US 7 or size for desired gauge
Notions: cable needle, darning needle
Pattern: Rio Calina Cowl Free on Ravelry
Important! This class will take place IN-PERSON in store. Classes that occur outside of normal business hours will have two separated class tables of 3 seats. Classes that occur during business hours will be limited to one table of 4 seats to maintain safe distancing. Hand sanitizer is available. All students will be required to wear a mask that covers both their mouth and nose throughout the class. No food or drink will be permitted.