Introduction to Colorwork: Honeydust Hat Class April/May 2024


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Colorwork is a technique that nearly every knitter strives to learn, but it can be intimidating. What better way to learn to knit colorwork than by taking a wonderful hat class?

Also known as stranded knitting, colorwork allows you to knit with more than one color in each row. You can use this technique to create colorful motifs throughout your knitted pieces.

In this class, we will learn how to work stranded colorwork, how to read the charts that dictate how and when to use your colors, managing tension, M1, double decrease, and how to do shaping while maintaining the color pattern.

Meeting Times: Saturday, April 27th and May 18th, 2024 from 10:30 pm - Noon

Instructor: Lisa Mackey

Investment: $70 teacher fee, $6.00 Ravelry pattern, class supplies discounted at 10% 


  • US size 6 and 7  16" circular needles
  • US size 7 DPNs
  • Two contrasting colors of worsted-weight yarn at least 130 yards each.
  • Sample hat is knit with Blue Sky Fiber Woolstok 
  • You will need to purchase a copy of the pattern which you can find on Ravelry Honeydust Hat pattern. You can also purchase the pattern at Cowgirl Yarn and we can print for you. The pattern cost is not included in the class fee.

Homework: Prior to the first class, Cast on and knit the ribbed brim prior to class.


  • Students must already be comfortable knitting, purling and knitting in the round.
  • Class maybe held downstairs of Cowgirl Yarn in The Fernwood Studio
  • If you are purchased supplies ahead of time online-contact us for 10% discount code. 
  • Please allow time for homework between classes.
  • Please read our Class Terms and Conditions and provide a phone number and email when checking out, so we can contact you if needed should a last-minute issue arises.