Name
Design-a-Gram: How to Design Your Own Custom Sweater
Date
Friday, May 14, 2021
Time
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Session Type:
2-Hour Class
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner
Teacher:
Melissa Leapman
Category
Design, Knitting, Projects & Patterns
Class Details:

Have you always wanted to design your own special sweater? Join expert author/designer Melissa Leapman as she walks you through the entire design process from beginning to end.

Technique Requirements: Students must have made at least one sweater, knitted or crocheted.

Homework:

With solid-color DK weight yarn and appropriate size needles, cast on 32 stitches. Work K1P1 Rib for 1 inch, then work stockinette (one row knit/one row purl) until the piece measures approximately 6 inches from the beginning. Bind off. Count the number of stitches and rows over 4 inches of stockinette unblocked. Wet-block the swatch and count the number of stitches and rows once more. Bring all four numbers and your blocked swatch with you to class.

Supplies for Class:

Tape measure; calculator; pencil; swatch and gauge numbers; photos or sketches of sweater styles which interest you.