Casting on lays the foundation for your knitting project. Cast-on is the method by which stitches are formed that you then knit or purl to form your knitted item. Choosing the right cast-on can enhance the success of a project. For example, you might need a stretchy bind-off for some toe-up socks, or you might need to cast on stitches in the middle of a row for a buttonhole; there are definitely instances when one technique is better to use than another.
In this class Carrie will teach you Knit, Cable, Long Tail, Crochet, Backwards Loop, and Provisional Cast-on's, and the Knit, Crochet, Stretchy and 3 needle Bind offs.
Bring a skein of Worsted weight yarn (preferably in a light color so you can see what you're doing), a size 8 needle, and an H Crochet Hook.