Greetings from the farm!
The Norwegian Kofte Course will launch on January 23, 2021.
Below is the updated information for the course. (See previous post).
Registration for the course will open on November 21st.
The price of the course is $68 US dollars.
That is $6 US dollars per week + $8 US dollars for the cost of the pattern.
There are so many Kofter we could choose from within the Koftebok series!
For this beginner course however, we will knit either the Gammel Sandvik (picture within the previous post) or the Tynset pictured here) Kofte from Kofteboken 3.
The Gammel Sandvik contains longer floats within the stranded knitting.
The Tynset Kofte is less challenging.
These Kofte are knit in the round from the top, down.
This is best for beginner or intermediate Kofte knitters.
In an advanced course, we could knit from the bottom up and have additional steeking and finishing lessons.
Both are knit using Rauma Finull PT2 garn.
Course duration is 10 weeks
Work at your own pace/own schedule
Full access to course platform
Receive Traditional pattern translation in parts as the course progresses
Pattern included within the price of course
Course Yarn Kits available for purchase, with mill discount
Traditional Norwegian tin buttons and woven ribbon available for purchase
Pre-course measurement/fitting support
Pre-course gauge support
Meaningful Video Instruction
Weekly Course notes - participant BLOG
Complete Facilitation and Support
Meaningful technique tutorials
Stranded knitting guidance
Weekly Live Zoom Check-ins
Finishing lessons: steeking, button bands etc.
Embroidery lesson – heirloom name/date sewn inside
Kofte Parade and Prize Drawing!
Yarn Kits will be available for purchase within my farm shop beginning on November 28th.
You will put together your own colours within the kit!
There will be a yarn discount in collaboration with the mill.
Traditional ribbon and tin button kits will be available for purchase in January/February 2021,
or as soon as they become available.
Below are the sizes given for the Kofte.
Once we take the measurements of our own, real bodies, if adjustments need to be made we will make them to include additional sizes, smaller or larger.
We will take this directly via email.
I have hired an experienced, professional, Norwegian Tech Editor to support me within this course to be inclusive to all sizes.
Gammel Sandvik Measurements: The book considers these sizes: XS/S, M, L/XL, XXL
Under arm/chest: (87), 101, (115), 130 centimeters
Tynset Measurements: The book considers these sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL
Under arm/chest: (90), 98, (107), 115, (123), 127 centimeters
Background colour: (250), 300, (350), 350 grams
Foreground/Pattern colour: (150), 150, (150), 200 grams
Gauge: 24 stitches x approximately 27 rounds = 10 x 10 cm on 3.5 mm needles
Background colour: (250), 250, (300), 300, (350), 350 grams
Colour 1: 100 grams for all sizes
Colour 2: 100 grams for all sizes
Gauge: 24 stitches = 10 cm on 3.5 mm needles
You would need a 40 cm and an 80 cm circular gauge needle during the knitting of both
of these Kofter.
This is the information that I have at this time.
If you have any questions, wonders or if you need additional information which isn't provided here, please do leave a comment below.
Warmest regards from the farm,