... I love to crochet, and kind'a lack knitting skills, and she has dominates both the hook and the needles. She's the total package! Just look at a few of the works she's done.
Not only does her world stop when she has yarn running through her fingers, but she is
a dedicated teacher.
She loves teaching lace, socks, crochet and everything in between, I've even seen a picture or two
of little works of tatting lace. The most amazing thing is, she is bringing all her warm and wooly love and devotion to Punto Reves for a very special class. Next week Milly will be hosting Knitting After Dark and teaching us all about reading knitting graphics, circular needles, lace, and many more knowledgeable tid bits.
On September 5th, 2012 Milly will be teaching us how to make a pair of lace fingerless gloves.
All you need to do is call the shop and save your space!
We are very exited to Milly teach in our shop and share all her knowledge, so be sure
to stop by a share the fun.
Pattern - Baby Fan Mitts , Morgan Wolf
Yarn - 150yds DK
Needles - Size 3 US (3.25 mm) double pointed needles or whatever size needed for gauge. Or use your favorite
circular needles (magic loop or two circulars)
Tapestry needle for weaving in the ends.
For the crochet finish option, a crochet hook in size B (2.25 mm)
Description - Lace mitts in light weight yarn are perfectly warming and charming in over-chilled offices or anytime
your hands need a little warmth and comfort with plenty of dexterity. They are knit in the round with a
full thumb gusset for comfort.
Hope to see you all on wednesday!!!