Casting Off In Rib with Daphne Morris
Classes with Daphne Morris • Educational, G, 14-Oct-2022
Daphne Morris demonstrates how to cast off to make a smooth polished effect to your block edging.
This rib technique produces an edge that sits at the top of the work thus enabling blocks to abut up against each other when sewing up.
This 6 part series covers how to combine the knit and purl stitches to produce the variety of blocks. Together with the finishing techniques that square and join the blocks. Ending with making the beautiful tassels.
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You can purchase King Cole wool in pkts of 4 in four different colours from our shop which supports this workshop:
Denim Blue, Vanilla Cream, Mustard, Sandstone
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