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Mini Workshop - Grafting Sock Toes Using The Kitchener Stitch

Grafting the toes on your knitted socks is not like just sewing a seam. The Kitchener Stitch leaves the toe ends looking as if it's one continuous knit stitch, and there is no discernable seam! (Very cool, if you ask me.) 

However, it can be very intimidating to learn. I've grafted many toes, and sometimes I still have to refer to directions to get started. 
Here I will walk you through each step, and hopefully you'll finish with some neatly grafted toes.

Participants wishing to attempt the technique, are asked to bring either a sock on needles which is ready for the toe to be grafted or to bring in a 1" knit tube (any scrap yarn, any size double point needles) to just practice the technique.  You can also choose to listen and watch.

Please note:

If the minimum amount of participants is not met, the class will be cancelled. If this should occur you will be given a minimum of 24 hours’ notice prior to the class date.

In order to ensure that each participant receives enough attention to learn and complete a project in the allotted time frame, our classes are limited in the number of participants, based on the workshop being taught unless otherwise stated.

Materials and supplies are not included in the class fee unless otherwise noted.

Cancellations must be made a minimum 24 hours prior to the workshop start time.

If you require extra instruction for class projects please contact the store to register.  Times are subject to classroom and instructor availability cost is $20.00 per hour

Skill Level: intermediate
Skill Details: Must be able to knit, purl, and knit on double point needles.
Instructor: Christina Doucette

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