Intarsia Knitting
Intermediate | 13 min 16 sec
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Intarsia is a knitting technique that produces blocks of color by using separate balls of yarn. Knit and crochet expert Edie Eckman demonstrates this method of colorwork and gives helpful tips on how to read an intarsia chart, avoid creating holes, weave in ends invisibly, and more.
 
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Size 8 knitting needles
  • Two contrasting colors of medium weight yarn
  • PDF chart
  • Downloads:
    Learn how to:
    • Read a chart
    • Work with two different yarns
    • Weave in ends

    What you'll get:
    • Easy-to-follow video lessons on how to work a simple intarsia pattern
    • HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
    • Detailed supply list
    • Step-by-step instructions by expert knitter Edie Eckman
    • The ability to leave comments, ask questions and interact with other students
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    Class Reviews
    341 users recommended this class to a friend
    Margaret Fitzgibbon
    I was interested to learn about how to close the holes, and how a new ball of yard was added to the work., but now it seems as if after the first 3 rows, you don't use that yarn again untiil the top of the work? I will watch it again.
    January 21
    Sandi Gill
    A good introduction to a unique stitch.
    January 12, 2023
    Kristin Glatz
    Edie Eckman is terrific teacher!
    December 28, 2022