Mosaic knitting is one of those knitting techniques that is so much fun to learn, a great excuse to play with color, and is not nearly as complicated as the finished piece looks! Have fun playing with colors and working different types of mosaic charts. Once you learn the basics of how to read a mosaic chart and work this technique, the possibilities are endless! Grab some fun colors of yarn and your needles and open up a new world of knitted colorwork.
Students should bring smooth worsted weight yarn in 6 contrasting colors. At least 20 yards of each will be plenty. 16-inch circular needle or straight needles that match with your yarn. Yarn suggested is Cascade 220 Superwash Merino (Link: https://shrsl.com/4513q). Needle suggested for this yarn is a size 7. Scissors, pencil, paper for notes, sewing/tapestry needle, and locking stitch markers. Something to help you keep track of your charts – either highlighter tape or post it notes are recommended.