Advanced Knitting Fixes Workshop with Patty Lyons: SU Dec 4, 11am-2pm

$65.00
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Delve beyond picking up a dropped stitch into more major fixes. Do you feel like you make a bigger mess when trying to fix lace or shaping? Learn how to “tink” or un-knit increases and decreases without losing a stitch.  Reverse a cable or add a missing cable many rows down.  Fix common mistakes in lace such as a missing YO or a K2tog 3 rows down.  Even learn how to shorten or lengthen your knitted piece. You have the power to fix without frogging!

Skills needed:

Must know increases and decreases, know basic cabling. If you can knit the swatches, you can fix the swatches!!

Materials:

  • Worsted or chunky yarn, light, solid. Small amount of contrasting color yarn of the same weight
  • Needles the sizes you used to make your swatches, double pointed needles or circular needle one size smaller
  • a crochet hook H, I, J, or K or hook appropriate for your swatch
  • Large locking stitch markers, scissors, darning needle, stitch holders

Preparation:

Students will be provided instructions for two swatches to prepare prior to class.

About Patty Lyons

PATTY LYONS is a nationally recognized knitting teacher and technique expert who is known for teaching the “why” not just the how” in her pursuit of training the “mindful knitter”. She specializes in sweater design and sharing her love of the much-maligned subjects of gauge and blocking.

Patty teaches nationally at guilds & knitting shows around the country such as Vogue Knitting LIVE, STITCHES and her popular classes can also be found online at Interweave, Annie’s and Craftsy where her “Improve Your Knitting Class” was named Craftsy’s most popular class of the year! Patty also runs wildly popular KAL / Sweater classes on her own education platform.

Patty designs and knitting skill articles have been published in Vogue Knitting, Interweave Knits, Knit Purl, Knitter’s Magazine, Cast On, Creative Knitting Twist Collective magazines, and Mason Dixon Knitting, where she also writes a knitter’s advice column called “Ask Patty”. Patty’s designs have also been included in pattern collections from Classic Elite, Noro, Cascade, Sugar Bush, Tahki Stacy Charles and Willow Yarns. Patty is the author of Patty’s Knitting Bag of Tricks: 70+ Sanity Saving Knitting Hacks.

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