Ranunculus Sweater – A Step-By-Step Series to Make This Versatile Sweater [Member Price]
Ranunculus is a stunningly beautiful, delicate flower with layers of thin petals and a rainbow of colors. True to its namesake, the Ranunculus Sweater is a wildly popular knitting pattern that offers a world of possibilities. Depending on yarn choice, the look and feel of the sweater changes. With a lace or light fingering, it's a featherweight covering for summer evenings. Using DK or worsted creates a substantial sweater perfect for the cold weather months. The pattern offers two sizes and variations for the neckline and the sleeve lengths.
We are excited to offer a series of 1-hour classes to take you through the process of making your Ranunculus Sweater. This live, virtual workshop takes place over five Wednesdays, December 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 at 7:30pm Eastern / 4:30pm Pacific time.
Class 1: Neck
Class 2: Short Rows
Class 3: Yoke
Class 4: Body/sleeves
Class 5: Finishing
A purchased copy of “Ranunculus” by Midori Hirose
Approximately 400 yds – 900 yds of yarn, depending on bust size
US 10/6mm circular needles (for the long sleeve option, also a US 8/5mm)
Stitch Markers (one unique to mark the beginning of the round, and 4 others alike for the raglan and center front)
Waste yarn/crochet hook (for smaller neckline only)