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What is Accouters?
 

"Accouters - from the verb to accoutre (orig. mid-16th century French accoutrer) to clothe or equip, typically in something noticeable or impressive."

         

Our 1,500 square foot educational facility is designed for a wide array of sewing, knitting, garment construction and other fiber arts programs held by local and national educators. The facility is also available to outside groups for their own activities.

         
 
 

Double-Knit Sweater Vest
with Dick Dapson, Knitting Guy

   

 

Double-knitting produces a 2-layered fabric that is reversible. By using two different colors of yarn, intricate patterns can be created. This class will teach the basics of double knitting and then will guide students through the construction of a beautiful double-knit sweater vest. There is one class meeting (choose from either of two dates). Much of the knitting will take place on the students’ time. When certain milestones are reached, make an appointment to come in for brief, one-on-one sessions. The class fee covers all scheduled and by-appointment classes and the extensive tutorial pattern. Yarn and notions are extra.

 

Prerequisite: must be above beginning level, comfortable with working a k1, p1 pattern.

Purchase supplies before the formal class. A handout will guide you through selection of yarn.


Registration fee: $50. Pick either of the following dates:
Class #73.1, Saturday, December 7, 2013
or
Class #73.2, Saturday, January 24, 2014

For the handout to help you select yarn, and more information on this class click here.

 

 

         
Traveling from out of town to attend class? Here are places to stay.
         
Comfort Inn - Plainwell, MI
 
Comfort Inn - Kalamazoo, MI