Knitting is a universal activity that provides both stress relief and a useful product. Students can knit during
class while still paying attention, and create beautiful gifts for friends, family, and charity. Experienced
knitters can also knit while walking around or waiting in line, staying active during down time. Knitting is
useful for all types of people, especially those who like to make things, express creativity, and keep busy.
All skill levels are welcome, but this class will be taught assuming that students are coming in as beginners
(no knitting experience). Beginners may take the course for 1 unit if they plan to complete at least 3 ft of a
scarf for their final project and incorporate at least two of the knitting techniques taught in the course.
Beginners may take the course for 2 units if they plan to complete at least 6 ft of a scarf for their final
project and use a pattern from our course list that incorporates several of the knitting techniques taught in
the course. Intermediate students will complete two smaller, more complex projects: a hat and a glove.
Advanced students will have the option of making a sweater or working on personal projects with
Students will be required to complete a short writing assignment, give a 1-minute final presentation, and maintain good attendance (no more than 2 unexcused absences) in order to pass this course
|Knitting 101||Marika Rainey, Maydelle Lorenzo, Chris Lamb, Shirley Zhou, Serena Miller||60||Barrows 126||[W] 6:00PM-8:00PM||01/24/2018||