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What’s a thrum? A bit of fiber worked into your knitting for extra warmth and cushiness. This technique has been used to make super-warm mittens in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, for hundreds of years. They know cold! Learn how to make thrums with wool roving, and how to work them into your knitting.
Skills Required: Long tail or knitted cast on, knit and purl stitches, common increases and decreases, pattern reading, binding off.
Materials - Either bring your own or before/during class get 20% off your purchase of the following:
Yarn: 200 yards of worsted weight wool (not superwash); recommended: Malabrigo Worsted Merino, Brown Sheep Lanaloft Worsted
Fiber: two 1oz knots of strong wool roving in a coordinating color. Malabrigo Nube is NOT reccommended for this project.
Needles: one 24” circular needle or set of straight needles, size US #6
Pattern - Purchase Required: Thrumbelina Slippers pattern by Michele Bernstein (Available electronically and print-on-demand at Twisted. Also available electronically directly from Ravelry.com, however class discount does not apply to materials not purchased via Twisted.)
Skills Learned: How to incorporate thrums for extra cozy slippers.