Choya Shell Kit and Class with Denise aka Flying Otters
The inspiration of Choya Shell came from wanting to quick knit a matching shell top with a collar for Choya (yes, the dog) suited for Denise's pet cafe hopping <3
See more of Denise's work on social media: @flyingotters
The Choya Shell is an easy project that allows you to pick up fundamental knitting stitches, tips, and techniques for knitting garments. This pattern is fully supported with 3 online classes and custom videos that'll guide you all the way.
FOR EXPERIENCED KNITTERS
A quick and relaxing pattern for experienced knitters. Knit now, wear next weekend! Choya Shell is knitted top down with no seams or picking up for edges. Hate purling? Learn how to tweak your work so you can knit reverse stockinette (yes, you read right. Knit the purls!)
To pick your size, measure around the fullest part of your chest.
Note: No ease for Choya Shell.
Finished Bust Circumference:
Includes pattern, knitting class, video guides, yarn and stitch markers.
You can also get a set of Kinki Amibari bamboo circular knitting needles (optional).
KNITTING CLASS (worth $70)
We're bringing our classes ONLINE where you'll have access to:
- 3 online classes: These are kept small (maximum 4 participants) so that you can get the necessary support, and enjoy knitting in a fun, interactive and relaxing way.
- Access to custom videos which will guide you through every step of knitting your garment, including, reading patterns, quick and easy swatching to ensure your garment fits, measuring up, working with hand dyed yarns, all knitting techniques used in the pattern and tips and tricks.
There is NO extra charge for the knitting class
Adding new colours (eg fading)
Provisional cast on
Knit through back loop
Purl through back loop
Icelandic Bind off
(You will be asked to book the sessions upon order confirmation)
Have a look over at Alnilam Worsted, and see which two colours you'd like, then write them in the notes section in the checkout.
Note: If you're closer to Asia than Canada, check out Balls of Joy in Singapore.