Knitting: Mae Sweater

Knitting: Mae Sweater
with Natasha Otteson
Mondays September 25, October 9 and 23, 6:30-8:30pm
You've seen Natasha wearing this comfy thing around the shop. Now, it's time to make your own! The Mae sweater is the perfect fall/spring transitional garment. On its own, it's cozy without being too warm, and layered over a long-sleeve tee it provides a nice extra layer of warmth on those chilly days where don't want to wear a jacket quite yet. Knit at a loose gauge in worsted weight yarn, this sweater knits up fairly quick, too! Bonus!
Supplies needed:
* Worsted weight yarn-790 yds (S), 830 yds (M), 915 yds (L), 1065 yds (XL), 1200 yds (XXL)
* US size 10.5 and 11 circular needles (between 32"-40" in length)
* Pattern (digital pattern available for sale in shop)
* Scissors
* Tapestry needle
* Stitch markers
* Stitch holders or scrap yarn
* Knowledge of (or a willingness to learn) knitting, purling, ribbing, short rows, decreases, knitting in the round, 3-needle bind off, picking up stitches, twisted stitches, and slipped stitches
(three session class)