Woolly Wormhead Masterclass Hat Workshop

Woolly Wormhead Masterclass Hat Workshop comes to Little Houndales Knits, East Yorkshire!!  I’m delighted to be able to confirm that I have secured a date!!  On Tues 23rd October the world famous Woolly Wormhead will be doing a Hat Design Workshop here at Little Houndales Knits!  This is a one off course and we will be unlikely to be lucky enough to pin down Woolly Wormhead ever again so please book your places early!  We are limited to only 10 places to book early to avoid disappointment!

The course cost is £40 for a 6 hour Workshop and includes 2 x 50g Balls of Yorkshire Wolds Suffolk X or Yorkshire Wolds Suffolk X with 50% Alpaca in the colour of your choice (subject to availability – you can choose from the website in advance if you would like to get your name on a specific colour!) To view colours click here.

Woolly will guide you through the process of designing a knitted Hat to your bespoke measurements. You’ll cover consider gauge, negative ease, stitch patterns and increases and decreases. The aim of the day is to complete a pattern for your very own made to measure Hat!

Participants will need knowledge of common increase and decrease methods, competence with basic stitch combinations and patterns and be confident at working in the round on either DPN’s or circular needles.

You’ll need to bring: a Calculator a Tape measure Notepad & pencil/pen 5mm to 6mm DPN’s or 40cm circular needles If you have any stitch dictionaries, you’re welcome to bring them.

Woolly will bring lots of hats for us to try on and play around with!!

If you would like to view some Woolly Wormhead patterns please click here.

Book your place on the Little Houndales Knits website click here.


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