Colorwork Knitting with Julie Hoover

About Julie Hoover Recognized for her minimal aesthetic and attention to fine detail, Julie focuses on designing knitwear that is simultaneously casual and elegant—a signature style that has developed over the years in her work as a visual merchandiser, art director, and freelance designer. Based in Ann Arbor, Julie spends her time designing as part of the in-house design team for Brooklyn Tweed and her own independent label.

About Julie Hoover
Recognized for her minimal aesthetic and attention to fine detail, Julie focuses on designing knitwear that is simultaneously casual and elegant—a signature style that has developed over the years in her work as a visual merchandiser, art director, and freelance designer. Based in Ann Arbor, Julie spends her time designing as part of the in-house design team for Brooklyn Tweed and her own independent label.

Sunday, February 26, 1-5pm • $75
THIS CLASS IS FULL AND WE ARE TAKING NAMES FOR A WAITING LIST
Learn the basics of stranded colorwork, and progress from beginner to more advanced techniques, including how to steek. 

Prerequisites: knit, purl, Long-tail cast-on, bind off
Materials: Fingering weight yarn in 3 complimentary colors (one lighter toned, one mid toned, one darker toned) purchased from Spun, one 12” or 16” circular needle in appropriate size for yarn choice (gauge needle), one each 12” or 16” circular needles one size larger AND one size smaller than gauge needle, blunt tapestry needle, and crochet hook (2.5-3mm).