Thrill of the Thrum. Sunday October 22
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Thrill of the Thrum
Sunday October 22
1:30 – 3:30pm
Michele Lee Bernstein
What’s a thrum? A bit of fiber worked into your knitting for extra warmth and cushiness. This technique has been used to make super-warm mittens in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, for hundreds of years. They know cold! In this very fun two-hour class, Michele will teach you how to make thrums with wool roving, and how to work them into your knitting as you create a cozy pair of her Thrumbelina Slippers.
Supplies you’ll need – Thrumbelina Slippers pattern (provided), 200 yards worsted weight yarn (not superwash), two 1 ounce knots of wool roving, US 6 straight or circular needles.
*This is an in-person class, held at For Yarns Sake. $45, plus supplies