Traveling from her sheep farm on Chincoteague Island, Virginia, Caroline will be presenting a workshop for the first time at the Pennsylvania National Quilt Extravaganza, September 15-18 (Oaks, PA / Valley Forge area). She will teach, Cable-licious, on Saturday, 9/17/16, from 1 to 4pm. Caroline will teach the beautiful technique of knitted cables. Using hand dyed yarn from Chincoteague Island, you’ll explore the technique of cabling, creating a reversible super soft scarf. Moving stitches with the aid of a cable needle, you’ll see how cables moving left or right are created giving a smooth flow to your knitting.
When Caroline Hershey is not teaching she can be found, with her husband Dan, in their booth Carodan Farm Wool Shop at the show. Caroline produces her own line of hand dyed yarns. Yarn, patterns, needles, hooks and other knitting tools and supplies will be available for purchase so that you can create your own handmade items.
Be sure to register early for “Cable-licious” as it is being offered once only at the Quiltfest. Visit quiltfest.com for more information and to register to attend the festival and the workshop. This class is for advanced beginners to intermediate level students.