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If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to make a graphgan, this class will tell you everything you need to know. With the right tips and tricks, you will be graphing out your design flawlessly. Annette Corsino Blair will make this intimidating technique easy and a fast favorite.
The elephant graphgan is made using a graphing technique. It’s a lot easier than it looks and just requires some patience. Annette, an expert at this technique, will walk you through her tricks and counting methods used to make the afghan. She’ll teach you how to count stitches on your chart and how to change colors. She’ll also provide tips on how to work with multiple balls of yarn (probably the trickiest part of this whole method!) By the end of this class you’ll be more nimble fingered than ever. And you’ll have an amazing graphgan to show off. Don’t be intimidated by this pattern. Anyone can do it if they want to!
Instructor: Annette Corsino- Blair
Annette is the artistic and talented owner of The Knitting Tree LA, an Inglewood based yarn store. She has been knitting and crocheting for more than 20 years and has since been sharing her extensive knowledge, skill and passion with the maker community. She is an artist at heart, and aside from her love of fiber arts, she also shoots photography, paints, embroiders and bookbinds.
Skill Level/ Difficulty: Intermediate
Yarn: Worsted Weight Yarn
Hook size: U.S. Crochet Hook H-8 / 5 mm
Approximate Finished Size: 30" x 30"
Yarn Recommendation: Berroco Ultra Alpaca