From better-fitting garments to three-dimensional effects, there's no shortage of benefits that short rows can offer your knits! During this class, designer and instructor Carol Feller will demonstrate a variety of techniques for knitting short rows, including German, Japanese, yarn over, and wrap and turn. Enjoy a comprehensive look at short row shaping as you receive step-by-step instruction for when and why you might use each method. Plus, Carol will show you how to use these techniques to create gorgeous wedge shapes, captivating color patterns and more in any project!
Learn to fix your knits with knitwear designer Carol Feller. Whatever fit malady you’re facing — too long, too short, too wide or too narrow — Carol has the prescription in her latest Craftsy class. Gain the confidence to cut into your sweaters with the knowledge that you can easily pick up the stitches and seamlessly fix the original problem. Learn how to adjust seams and add shaping with your sewing machine and how to steek your sweater to create a fabulous cardigan that can be finished numerous ways.
Have you been dreaming of a knitting getaway, but the resources elude you? Don't let your eyes get as misty as a Dublin fog; instead explore cable construction with Carol. She will walk you knit by knit through the process of constructing a flattering cardigan sweater with fun Celtic cabling. You'll love the convenience of watching each lesson from the comfort of your time zone and the ability to ask Carol questions along the way - as if you were knitting together in her native Ireland. Whether you're Irish or not, your eyes will be smiling when you sign up for this project-based class.
Stitch your knits into shape and never make a wrong wrap or turn! Learn how easy short rows can be in this free, technique-based mini-class. Swatch along with Carol as she shows four different methods: wrap and turn, Japanese short rows, yarn over short rows and her own invisible short rows. You'll recognize Carol's passion for knitwear design — influenced by her engineering background — as she demonstrates how short row shaping can be used to tailor knitted garments.