- Skill level: Beginner
- Dates: Saturday, 28 May, 2:00 – 5:00 pm (1 sessions, 3 hours)
- Instructor: Trish Denhoed
- Cost: $41 + HST
One of the most common questions knitters ask is about making a sweater fit. In this class, we’ll take a look at the first steps to making that happen. You will pair with another student and record your measurements, and then we will discuss how to use this information to knit patterns effectively. Be sure to read the note about materials to bring. Let’s get fit!
- Getting your own measurements clearly documented
- Understanding how much ease you like in your clothes
- Using the pattern information and schematic to plan adjustments
- What is the most important part of a sweater to fit?
This class is suitable for knitters of all skill levels. You should:
- be able to read and understand simple knitting patterns
- be willing to measure yourself in class
- Wear a fitted T-shirt to class so that measuring will be more accurate
- Bring a knitted top (not necessarily hand-knit, can be store bought) that you like the fit of
- Bring a pattern that you want to knit.
- Bring a measuring tape if you have one.
There is no homework required to prepare for this class.