The Thing About Lorilee Beltman
Do you have colorwork dreams? Are you hoping to refine your skills?
Have we got a class for you.
We’re currently seeing a lot of folks signing up for the October 13 virtual class we’ve set up to explore stranded colorwork.
We attribute this enthusiastic response to the magnetic power of the one, the only Lorilee Beltman.
We want to be sure you have the class kit in time for the class, so if you’ve interested, consider this a Now Is The Time reminder. Register right here.
What is the Beltman Effect?
It’s what happens when Lorilee Beltman teaches us. The Beltman Effect is a sense of calm that washes over us as we dive into a new knitting technique. It’s that really great feeling that we’re in good hands. It’s a confidence that the teacher is going to get us through the beginner moment.
Lorilee is truly gifted, and we’re lucky to have her teaching for us.
We saw the Beltman Effect at work this summer at our sold-out MDK Summer Camp, the virtual class where hundreds of curious knitters knit what at first glance were a bunch of tiny dishcloths but were actually lessons in a variety of skills.
Stranded Colorwork! A New Frontier
This virtual class uses Dee Hardwicke’s new design, the Treeline Cowl, as the project.
It’s a perfect starter for colorwork, and the class kit (included in the registration price) has the Atlas yarn, Field Guide No. 25: Botanica with the pattern, a cute tin of MDK stitch markers, and our favorite linen Bento Bag for toting it all.
Hope you’ll join Lorilee on October 13. I’m personally looking forward to experiencing, once again, the Beltman Effect. I think I know a bit about colorwork, but I know that Lorilee knows way more than I do. Can’t wait. See you there!