The Sockmatician on Tour!

It is with great joy we will be hosting Nathan Taylor, aka the Sockmatician, in Wellington on 2 September. He's heading this way to teach at Knit August Nights and around the country, and we have been lucky enough to secure him for a day.

Book in to Nathan's Taylor's Wellington classes

The details:

Sunday 2 September

Ngake room, ASB Sports Centre

72 Kemp Street, Kilbirnie

Each class is $75, plus a $5 booking fee per person (if you book both classes, you will only pay one booking fee)

with Nathan Taylor

Peano no 2 double knitting scarf by Nathan Taylor

Peano no.2 Scarf by Nathan Taylor

In this class we will be exploring how the basic mechanics of D-K work: looking at the structure of the fabric, and how the two sides interact with each other to create the interlocked, reversible beauty that only D-K can give you. We’ll talk a little bit about what is possible in the technique, to give you a flavour of where this foundation can eventually lead you, but we’ll mostly be concerning ourselves with getting you familiar with what yarn goes where!


with Nathan Taylor

We all know that intarsia can’t be done in the round.
You CAN, however, work a panel of stranded (think fair-isle) knitting in the round, where the colourwork does not go all the way round the piece, but is only worked in one specific area.

This is a technique is pioneered by Nathan and it’s really fun to do. Its applications are many and various. You can, for example, put a contrasting motif on the ankle of a sock, or a sports logo on the front of a hat.