Fixing Knitting Mistakes Online Workshop
Take your skills to the next level with this knitting Online Workshop as you learn more than 50 tips for fixing your knitting mistakes from Kate Atherley.
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Every knitter, beginner or advanced, makes mistakes. Learning to identify mistakes, evaluate the best way to fix them (or leave them alone), and execute those fixes with confidence is what makes a skillful, productive knitter. Take your skills to the next level with this knitting Online Workshop as you learn more than 50 tips for fixing your knitting mistakes from Kate Atherley.
With this informative knitting Online Workshop you’ll learn how to:
- Catch your knitting mistakes in time and easily fix them.
- Identify and repair the seven most common knitting mistakes.
- Preserve your project and undo your work safely.
- Fix dropped stitches; slipped, twisted, and split stitches; raveled edges; increases and decreases.
- Find and correct errors in more complicated techniques including cables and lace.
Perfect for all skill levels, Fixing Knitting Mistakes contains 90+ minutes of video, quizzes, diagrams, and assignments to help you feel more confident in your knitting. From the basicsof picking up stitches and fixing increases and decreases, to helping advanced knitters on correcting cables and lace in place without unraveling, there’s something for every knitter!
Now availablein an on-demand format, Fixing Knitting Mistakes lets you learn at your own pace, when and where it’s convenient for you!
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About the Instructor:
Kate Atherley is a mathematician and "refugee" from the technology industry. She has written four books: Beyond Knit and Purl (Cooperative Press, 2012), Knit Accessories: Essential and Variations (Cooperative Press, 2012), Custom Socks: Knit to Fit Your Feet (Interweave, 2015), and The Beginner's Guide to Writing Knitting Patterns: Learn to Write Patterns Others Can Knit (Interweave, 2016). She is Knitty’s lead technical editor and a regular contributor to books and magazines. She lives in Toronto with her husband and their challenging, but mostly adorable, rescue hound, Dexter.