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Kate Hartman

Madison, WI
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Kate first learned to knit in high school. Since then, she has explored a variety of knitting traditions, including both the English/American and Continental knitting techniques, lace knitting, Aran, and the multi-colored Fair Isle and Scandinavian techniques. Kate enjoys making sweaters, socks, mittens, and other garments in a variety of styles and materials, using many of her own wheel-spun yarns. She likes teaching and believes that enjoyment and enthusiasm are necessary as adults learn a new craft. Kate currently resides in Madison, Wisconsin, and has the good fortune of to be married to a knitter/spinner.

Current Courses Offered by Kate Hartman

2 Days
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Help Yourself To Knitting: Beginning Knitting Class

This class is an enjoyable, two-day beginning knitting class that focuses both on basic stitches and skills, and on recognizing and correcting common mistakes that often frustrate the beginner. Topics include essential knitting skills, yarn basics, and pattern reading. You will be provided with a introductory book, one pair of…
Thu, Oct 17th, 2019  –  Fri, Oct 18th, 2019
Instructor: Kate Hartman

Past Courses Offered by Kate Hartman

Beyond Scarves and Dishclothes: Understanding Printed Knitting Directions for Flat Projects

Kids Only - Kids Knit! (afternoon session)

Kids Only - Kids Knit! (morning session)

Knitting in the Round: Understanding and Following Knitting Directions for "In the Round" Projects

Knitting in the Round: Using Circular Needles

Knitting Socks: The Essential Craft

Knitting: Moving Beyond the Basics