Uh Oh! Intro to Correcting Cables That've Gone Wild (NEW!)
Saturday, January 27, 2024
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Session Type:
3-Hour Class
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner
Vincent Williams
Cables, Knitting, Tips & Techniques
Class Details:

Learn the tools, techniques, and mechanics of correcting cable errors, including reading your knitting to identify common errors, tinking (unknitting), saving dropped stitches, frogging, inserting lifelines (proactive vs reactive), reading fabric to find your place in a pattern, and when (or when not to) employ these techniques. Together students will work through the Can You Cable It? Square by Vincent Williams and walk away with the knowledge of how to correct common errors with ease and confidence!


Knit up to the “Starting Checkpoint” of Vincent's Can You Cable It? Square pattern, provided in the handout (available in the Event Hub prior to the event).

Supplies for Class:

 At least 185 yards of worsted weight yarn
 US 8/5mm 24” circular needle
 US 8/5mm double pointed needles
 US H/5mm crochet hook
 cable needle (I enjoy the "J" shaped cable needle)
 locking (or split ring) stitch markers
 tapestry needle
 stitch stoppers (optional)