Course Summary

Our professional pattern designer will have you knitting and purling in no time. Learn casting on and classic knitting techniques, together with pattern reading. Four easy-to-knit original designs are supplied. Or you can bring along that project you’ve been trying to finish but just can’t seem to complete. We will help you through your knitting obstacles.

During this class you will learn how to:

  • Read a pattern
  • Understand the difference in needle types, sizes and tensions
  • Choose the right yarn for your project
  • Cast on and off
  • Knit and purl

You will learn to create beautiful handknits, starting small and by weeks 3 and 4 you will be knitting with confidence. 4 easy to knit original designs will also be supplied.

This class is perfect for the absolute beginner and those who have some experience and those wanting to learn more technical techniques.

Please bring the following to class:

  • Two 50 gram balls of 8-ply wool – preferably pure wool
  • One pair of 4.0mm knitting needles
  • A notebook and pen
  • Any projects you are currently working on and need a little assistance.

Carolyn Large is a practising artist and textile artist, located in the beautiful Macedon Ranges and is a member of both the Woodend Art Group and the Sunbury Art Society. Carolyn regularly participates in exhibitions, the most recent at Woodend, Sunbury, Trentham, Melbourne City Library and the Hume Councils’ Gee Lee-Wick Doleen Gallery.

As a textile artist, Carolyn specialises in needle felting and has achieved commercial success in both 3-D and 2-D felting. She continues to expand her skills in ‘painting’ with wool to produce works of beauty that reflect the natural environment. With her art work, Carolyn specialise in portraiture, pet portraiture and landscape genres and works primarily in charcoal, soft pastel, acrylic and oil paint.

Currently, we have no dates scheduled for this course. Please contact us via email enquiries@cae.edu.au to register your interest.

Please bring the following to class:

  • Two 50 gram balls of 8-ply wool – preferably pure wool
  • One pair of 4.0mm knitting needles
  • A notebook and pen
  • Any projects you are currently working on and need a little assistance.
Last updated: June 25, 2024 12:37pm