Have you ever wanted to learn how to make crocheted cables? Or maybe you would like to take your cables to the next level? In this class, crochet instructor, Brenda K. B. Anderson will teach you all about working cables in the round. Brenda’s favorite way to teach is to walk you through a project, teaching you the needed skills along the way. In this class there are two gorgeous, cabled projects to make and learn from: a beautiful simple cowl, and a more intricate beanie where you will really expand your skills.
Gain an understanding of the way cables work as you create the Wildwood Cable Cowl. This is a simple cowl, with a lovely, cabled band along the self-hemmed edge; perfect for learning the basics of working cables in the round. You will also learn Brenda’s favorite method for ensuring that the cables don’t drift off to the side, which is a common problem when working in the round.
Once you have completed the cowl, it is time to move on to a more detailed project, the Wildwood Beanie. This Beanie is written in three sizes: Child Large/Adult Small, Adult Medium, and Adult Large. While making this project, you will practice making a variety of different post stitches and you will gain an understanding of how the placement of each stitch affects the look of the cable. You will also learn how to read and follow a cable chart, which is super helpful when working with cabled fabrics.
With three hours of quality video instruction, you will learn everything you need to know to successfully complete two classic cable projects, which will be worn for years to come. As you work your way through these projects you will be learning a variety of new crochet skills as well as some tips and tricks, that will help you with future projects whether cabled or not.