Classes with Carol James

Introduction to Sprang

Sprang is a simple technique that is as versatile as knitting or crochet – but with the added benefit of getting two rows of work for each one row made! Sprang can be used to make hats, scarves, mittens, socks, vests… endless possibilities! In this 65 minute video, you will learn from the top teacher in the field, Carol James, who is well known as the artist who reproduced George Washington’s military sash – in sprang open-work lace.

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A Taste of the Sprang Technique

Sprang is probably something you never heard of. Here is your chance to learn about this ancient, under-appreciated technique of interlacement, that’s faster than knitting and gives two rows of cloth for every row of work! This video shows how to make two friendship bracelets at the same time and all you need is yarn and tape on the tabletop.

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