Updated: Jan 14, 2021
On Saturday, January 9th - my Advanced Selbuvotter Course will launch.
I wanted to share the course outline with you, in advance.
In this way, you have an idea of the content we will explore together during this course.
The course instruction will begin on February 6th and run for 8 to 10, but possibly 12 weeks.
I do not want to set an exact end time, so that we have plenty of time to explore the course content that I have planned.
The registration fee is $58 US dollars.
In the weeks prior to the start of the course, I will introduce you to the pattern I will knit to demonstrate within the course and the pattern guidelines. You will have the option to follow along with the course pattern or choose your own pattern within these guidelines.
We will have approximately 3 to 4 weeks now to decide on our patterns and organize our materials.
Advanced Selbu Mitten Course
From A to Å - finished mittens
Follow course pattern or pattern of your choice (within guidelines)
Full access to course content within your own schedule
Manageable pace and meaningful practice
Facilitation and support throughout
Review and build on basic skills with advanced technique
Course will follow historic gauge and needle sizes
Written course notes to support visual demonstrations
Explore adjusting Selbu patterns for different sizes.
Understand how to use the Selbuvotter book
Explore designing your own historic mittens
Support to chart and to create your design
Special Zoom – "Book Share"- Traditional Norwegian Mitten Book Resources
Selbu Wedding Knitting Traditions/Wedding Mittens
In depth history and storytelling
Explore Selbu style mittens (KAL to knit a second pair)
Getting to know the work of the Norwegian Mitten Guild (Vottelauget)
Live Zoom Check-ins
Live Workshops – Technique demonstrations and extensions
KAL Community Support
Mitten Parade – Prize Draw (Depending on the Covid situaion, I will go back to the Selbu Museum, to interview and talk with Solveig again within this course.)
Please do leave your questions, wonders or any feedback regarding the course outline, within the comments below.
I would appreciate very much if you would share the opportunity of this course with any interested, experienced knitters within your knitting circles.
Warmest regards from the farm,