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Colourwork

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Bring your project to life by learning how to carry two or more strands of yarn across the row to create multi-coloured patterns. Once mastered, this handy skill will up your knitting game!

Course created by

Neti Love & Julie Peasgood

Bring your project to life by learning how to carry two or more strands of yarn across the row to create multi-coloured patterns. Once mastered, this handy skill will up your knitting game!

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Colourwork

Course Overview

Price

Price

Included with Let’s Knit Together membership

Instructor

Instructor

Neti Love & Julie Peasgood

Duration

Duration

05m 36s

Lessons

Lessons

5

Difficulty

Difficulty

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What you need

What you need

A pair of straight, single-pointed knitting needles; two balls of yarn in different colours

Course Lessons ( 5 )

  • 1. How to: work stripes (carrying yarn up side)

    05:36

    Whether plain or patterned, stripes are a great way to add colour. With narrow bands, it's best to carry yarn up the side to use again, and this minimises yarn tails, too.

  • 2. How to: prepare for intarsia

    06:44

    This is a colourwork method often used for creating pictures or block motifs and uses different yarn colours from small bobbins in the same row. Let’s understand how intarsia works before we give it a try.

  • 3. How to: Work Intarsia

    10:38

    This is a colourwork method often used for motifs and colour blocks, and uses different yarn colours from separate balls in the same row. You might like to watch our how to set up for intarsia video first if you’ve not tried this technique before. 

  • 4. How to: work two-colour cast on for double knitting

    06:10

    Double knitting is an interesting technique that allows you to create a fabric made up of two separate layers, yet knitted at the same time with all sorts of exciting opportunities for working with colour and texture. Stitches for both colours need to be cast onto the same needle at the same time.

  • 5. How to: work double knitting

    06:50

    This interesting technique allows you to create a fabric made up of two separate layers, yet knitted at the same time. This creates all sorts of exciting opportunities for working with colour and texture and here we will look at creating a double-sided stocking stitch fabric with a different colour on each side.

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