Learn Continental Knitting from a Right Hand ThrowerDownTown Knits
Continental knitters say they knit faster, with better tension and less movement; it is the more efficient method, requiring the shortest number of specific hand-motions per stitch. I have been a right hand thrower all my life but learned to knit Continental for Fair Isle knitting. Let me show you how to change hands for knitting, purling and ribbing. Training the left hand to work for you for knitting and purling back, backwards will also be covered. Suitable for all levels of knitters.
Skill Level Pre-req: Cast on, bind off, knit, purl
Skills Learned: Learn how to use the left hand for Continental knitting and other techniques.
Yarn recommendation: Any light weight worsted weight yarn, wool preferred but not necessary – Woolstok or Encore would be a good choice. 1 skein
Supplies: #8 needles, 50 gram ball of light colored worsted weight yarn, wool preferred.
Additional info: No materials fee, no homework