Learn how to predictably, *consistently*, knit a sweater that come out the size you planned.
Most patterns are pages of dense text and often have mistakes in them, which makes it very difficult to navigate or even trust them. In this workshop, I provide you with a “Picture Pattern” for a child's size one sweater that you will fill in with information you get from using YOUR yarn at YOUR gauge. The sweater is simple and small enough for you to complete in a week if you're determined, but has enough variety that you'll learn new skills that you can apply to other patterns.
In this series of 15 videos, I walk you through exactly what you need to do in order to knit a sweater that turns out *right.” By that I mean the exact size that was intended. Knowing the proper way to make and measure a gauge swatch and using nothing more than elementary school arithmetic, you can make any sweater turn out the right size.
You’ll even learn my “More-or-Less-Right-Formula” that is your key to modifying any pattern.
If you ask me, this shouldn't be revolutionary at all. It's simple common sense. But, as I'm sure you've observed, common sense is not all that common.
I've figured out a simple method for using YOUR gauge (not the one specified in the pattern) so that you can *predictably* and *consistently* make sure that the sweater you are knitting comes out the size you intended... Doesn't THAT sound like a great thing to learn??
"I cannot tell you how much your [teaching] and formula contributed to my understanding of designing hand knits...Yours was a real treasure in a simple package. Many of us owe you a huge thank you for your contribution to advancing the craft..."
I don't think I've given a workshop in the last 15 years without mentioning you and your [approach]."
Having formulas that make sense and that will take care of the “Oh, I hope it fits when I’m done” worry out of the equation is immeasurable... The pace was perfect...and your teaching style... spot on! Thanks for everything!