Intermediate | 40 min
Taught by Lynne Barr
Make a textural knitted necklace with acclaimed yarn manipulator, Lynne Barr. In this class, Lynne introduces knitters to her CAPS technique, which is an innovative way to Continuously Apply Pieces — or, in other words, knit a sculptural piece with one continuous strand of yarn. The knitted flanges on this necklace are connected to an I-cord tube, which you can customize to make as long or short as you like. Once you get the hang of the technique, it's a quick knit with stunning results.
Learn how to:

Work a provisional Cast-On
Worn an I-Cord
Work CAPS (Continuously Applied Pieces)
Work Short Rows
Work a Kitchener Graft

What you’ll get:
A detailed class on how to knit a stylish necklace
5 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
Itemized supply list
Downloadable PDF pattern included - $8 value
Step-by-step instruction by author and knitwear designer Lynne Barr
The ability to leave comments, ask questions and interact with other students

Chapters
Introduction
00:47
Materials
00:36
CAPS Overview
10:23
Knit Necklace
04:13
17:47
06:16
Materials
Here’s what you’ll need:
Tools & Materials:
  • 1 skein of 100% wool worsted-weight yarn (Lynne uses Osprey from Quince and Co.)
  • 16-24” of scrap yarn
  • 3 double-pointed needles (dpns) size US 9
  • Size H crochet hook
  • Tapestry needle
Discussion
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Transcript
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