with Eunny Jang
Join inspiring instructor Eunny Jang and use her included top-down sweater pattern as a base for creating a perfectly personalized sweater. Cast on and choose any of three different neck styles: a casual lowered neck, classic crew neck or a high neck you can turn into a cozy turtleneck or modern funnel neck. Learn to add a wedge yoke, banded yoke or sideways yoke, and Eunny will guide you through customizing it with lace, colorwork or cables. Then, find out how to create the sweater body in a cropped, A-line tunic or shaped pullover style, before knitting short, bracelet or full-length sleeves. Bring your sweater together with a variety of beautiful edge finishes, and showcase your style every time you wear it.
Meet your instructor, Eunny, and discover all of the different options available: neckline, yoke design, sleeve length, shaping and edging.
Eunny demonstrates how to knit three necklines: drop, crew and high using three edges: rolled, hemmed and ribbed.
Create beautiful lace as you learn to read a lace chart. Knit this yoke by creating 12 wedged repeats.
Master colorwork as you knit a beautiful banded yoke from Eunny’s exclusive design and learn how to make your own color and design choices to fit your style.
Knit a striking sideways cable as you learn to join your knitting to your separate cable band simultaneously and then pick up stitches to continue on to the body.
Choose whatever shape best flatters you as Eunny demonstrates three options: A-line, cropped and shaped.
Put the finishing touches on your amazing creation as you pick an edging, get guidance on blocking and learn how to expertly weave in ends.
"I just finished my wedge yoke sweater. I changed the design to have long sleeves, cropped body (with no ribbing), and a lower neckline. All had hemmed finishing. The pattern was incredibly accurate and making design changes was very easy. I swatched before I started and tried the sweater on twice while knitting. Both times it matched the diagrams. Eunny's attention to detail takes the guesswork out of knitting and 'redesigning' the patterns. This was my first top down sweater and a wonderful experience."