“What the heck is a thrum? - "A thrum is a little wisp of unspun fleece or roving that is knit into your project every so often. Thrumming makes the insides soft and fuzzy, and freakishly warm. This technique is most often associated with Canada’s province of New Foundland and Labrador (where they know warm)” - Stephanie Pearl-McPhee (Yarn Harlot)
For this workshop participants will work on a colourful Headband or Tea Cozy. You will learn to prepare thrums from wool roving and how to work them into your knitting while following a chart.
Refreshments, sweet treats and yarn are provided but please bring your favourite 4.5mm knitting needles (circular or straight).
You must be able to knit, purl and follow a simple pattern.
Date & Time
Sun 3rd Mar - 10:30am to 3:30pm