I know that many knitters, especially new ones, can feel held back when it comes to keeping track of rows, recognising stitch patterns and generally know where they are in a pattern.
Well, I'm here to help with a Zoom workshop full of advice and useful tips and tricks from my years as a knitter, teacher and designer, to make your piece of knitting less of a mystery story.
A 2-hour zoom workshop to help you feel more confident with your knitting from successfully knowing how many rows you’ve worked to finding where you are in a stitch pattern or project.
I will help you understand how to count rows and stitches in a variety of stitch patterns and share tips and tricks on recognising stitch patterns and how to keep track of your place.
Suitable for anyone who finds it hard to keep track in a pattern or confidently count rows and stitches for gauge or to match two pieces of knitting together.
No more than 8 attendees per session.
Stitches covered – stocking stitch, garter stitch, moss stitch, cable and stripes.
- Keeping count in different stitches
- Recognising your right side
- Finding your place in a project.
- Matching your knitting to a stitch pattern
Saturday 24 April 11am-1pm
Monday 3 May 2.30pm-4.30pm
Price: £25 per person, a number of £20 early bird birds tickets are currently available for each session. Click here to book