Learn Continental knitting with Mrs. Marybeth Rinzler Wednesday, April 22, 29 @ 3:30 PM.
Continental knitting, also known as German knitting, European knitting, or left-hand knitting, is not like the American knitting, the yarn is held in the left hand, the motion of bringing the yarn forward with a knitting needle held in the other hand. It can be done faster than American knitting as the stitches are formed closer to the needle joints and the yarn has a shorter travel.
This is a series of two programs and is for people who have never knitted before or who have a lot of experience. The program is for teens but all ages are welcome!
Bring your needles if you have one, and the yarn will be provided but you welcome to bring your own.
Where: Archer Branch Library 13266 SW State Road 45, Archer FL 32618
When: Wednesday, April 22, 29 @ 3:30 PM
Questions? Call 352-495-3367