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Linen Stitch Technique

This interesting stitch makes a surface that looks a lot like woven fabric. Linen stitch is created by slipping stitches differently on the front and back of your work. Learn how this fun stitch can make beautiful variegated yarns even more stunning. There is an adaptation that can be done in the round, half-linen stitch. This firm fabric can be used for scarves (a good place to start), bands in hats, and other places to create interest in your knitting. 

Skill Level: For knitters comfortable reading a pattern.
Materials Included: 15% off all materials purchased at Hip Stitch for class.
Requirements: Bring variegated worsted weight yarn and size 9 24 circular needles, stitch markers
Instructor: Meg McKenney
Instructor Bio: Meg McKenney has been in working fiber and color since she started knitting in her teens. She joined the staff of Village Wools in 2000 as a co-owner where her focus was knitting, spinning and dyeing. She works in color now in stained and warm glass at Hot Flash Glass.

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