|Cable repair, in progress|
Skill level is late beginner.
Prerequisite: Homework swatch involves knit, purl, and cables but no shaping. Students should be able to differentiate between a knit and a purl stitch.
|Stockinette fix, in progress|
What you will learn:
tips and tricks for not making mistakes in the first place
using a lifeline
un-knitting — i.e. tinking
ripping — i.e. frogging
dropping a single wale in stockinette and latching it back up
dropping a single wale in garter and latching it back up
dropping multiple wales and latching them back up
dropping a mistaken cable and working it back up in pattern
time permitting: fixing lace
time permitting: fixing a tear or rip
|Garter fix, in progress|
½ day workshop
Students receive a handout in booklet form. There is no pattern or project for this class.
No materials fee.
Homework: the swatch to be fixed. Directions and example here. Note: If you are taking this class at The Whole Nine Yarns under the title “Fixing Mistakes,” then we will only cover frogging, tinking, and fixing a wale in stockinette and garter.
homework swatch still on the needles
non-slippery double-pointed needles (I’ll bring mine to loan for students who don’t have any.)
No special needs for the room set up. A whiteboard or flip chart is nice to have but not need to have. I have a projector if the facilities can accommodate it. Room set-up should be tables and chairs either facing forward or in a U-shape.
This class has been offered regularly at
The Whole Nine Yarns, Woodstock GA.
It has also been taught at
Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair 2012, Fletcher NC;
North Georgia Knitting Guild, September 2012, Lebanon GA;
Georgia Alpaca FiberFest 2012, Pine Mountain GA;
Clicks & Sticks Knitting Guild, January 2011, Centerville GA;
Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair, October 2014, Fletcher NC;
Georgia FiberFest 2015, Columbus GA;
South Carolina Knit Inn 2017, Greenville SC