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Let's Knit a Scarf in 6 Sections
Learners with prior knitting experience knit a 6-inch section of their scarves, following simple instructions to learn a different stitch pattern each day for six days, to create a beautiful hand-knit scarf.
Ms. May Louise
22 total reviews for this teacher
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Once per week
over 6 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Each meeting begins with a learner check-in, followed by a step-by-step demonstration of a new stitch or knitting technique. Learners are then guided through the new technique of the day, with ample opportunities to ask questions and receive individual assistance. REQUIRED: basic knitting skills Each learner needs prior experience with casting on; knit stitch; purl stitch; binding off. Knitting is repetitive; practice time in class is also conversation time! Weekly topics: Week 1, Casting...
Learners will develop knitting skills, an understanding of the knitting process, and will experience the confidence and satisfaction that arise from creating a beautiful, functional project.
I'm an avid knitter, and I love teaching young people to knit! I have taught an after-school knitting club for teens, and I've taught 6-year-olds to knit, as an integral part of the Waldorf curriculum.
A suggestion is given for learners to complete a six-inch section of knitting each week, so as to be ready to try a new stitch pattern in the following session. This may take up to four hours per week. After Week 6, all the stitches have been introduced, and knitters have completed half the length of the scarf. Another section of each pattern remains to be knitted, in reverse order for the second half of the scarf. A full-length scarf has 11 sections in all.
1 file available upon enrollmentLearners will need: - 1 pair knitting needles; suggested size is 8 US (5.0 mm) - Yarn; suggested yardage and weight is 350 yards of worsted weight wool blend yarn (320 m), in any solid color - Copy this link to download our knitting pattern, for free: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/beginners-stitch-sampler-scarf?set=&_rfoff=1 *Yarn notes* - 'Worsted weight' refers to the thickness of a strand of yarn. A thicker yarn can be used for the scarf, however extra yardage will be required. Please check the ball band label for the needle size that matches the yarn weight. - 100% pure wool is easy to work with, due to its elasticity, and will create a luxurious, warm scarf. - Thick yarn is easier to work with than thin. - Wool blends or other fibers are suitable for the pattern, provided that the yarn weight matches the needle size. - Please message the teacher if you have any questions about materials.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Grownups, please remind younger children that knitting needles and scissors are tools; not toys. With their sharp points, they must be handled and stored safely.
The teacher referenced "A First Book of Knitting for Children," by Bonnie Gosse and Jill Allerton, in planning instruction for this class. Copy this link to download our knitting pattern, for free: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/beginners-stitch-sampler-scarf?set=&_rfoff=1 (Permission to use the pattern has been granted by the author, Kristina Tucker of "Find your Knitche.")
Ms. May Louise
May Louise Moskuwich, M Ed., Veteran Waldorf Teacher
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
22 total reviews
30 completed classes
I offer one-to-one math tutoring for grades 1 through 6, as well as music, art and handwork classes for ages 3 through 18. In my thirty years teaching in Waldorf as well as Regular Program classrooms, my appreciation for children and the spirit...