Roosimine - Estonian Inlay Knitting
55,00 EUR
Ales Byrd Workshop Hooray - Alex Byrd will be here soon !
On Tuesday, July 12th from 6.00 to 9.00 pm she will teach "Roosimine - Estonian Inlay Knitting" at our LYS.
The Workshop will be held in English. Please bring along the material mentioned below - we will care for drinks & snacks.

Roosimine is an Estonian inlay technique that creates the appearance of embroidery through intentional floats in contrasting yarn on the right side of your knitting. It’s the perfect technique to add some embellishment to your knitting that is easier than intarsia. The name Roosimine translates to “decorating with roses”, which comes from a style of short stitch embroidery done on the Estonian island of Muhu.
SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate - Students should be comfortable knitting in the round and reading from charts

MATERIALS:

4mm / US 6 needles for knitting small circumference (Double pointed needles or circular needles for magic loop)
Stitch markers
DK yarn in 2 contrasting colours approx. 20g of each colour. Make sure the yarn is easy to pull from both ends of the ball (for working with two strands at a time).
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