Fixing Mistakes 102 - A Virtual Workshop - February 23rd

Fixing Mistakes 102 - A Virtual Workshop - February 23rd

Regular price $30.00 $0.00 Unit price per

Tuesday, February 23th, 11:00am to 12:30pm
The workshop is 90 minutes

If you’ve already taken Fixing Mistakes 101, but need help with errors beyond the basics, let me show you how to advance those fix-it skills! Learn with me, Amy Odin (coach at KnitChats, teacher and designer), as I teach you how to re-knit a dropped edge stitch; tink back lace knitting; insert lost yarn overs; ladder down to insert or unknit an increase or decrease; correct a missed or incorrect cable cross, and more! In this one-and-a-half-hour class I will discuss and demonstrate these fixes so that you better understand the concepts and construction of your knitting. I will even have you work a few along with me! You will finish the class having renewed confidence as you approach more advanced patterns.

Skills required:
Completed Fixing Mistakes 101, or know how to execute basic fixes such as laddering down for dropped stitches, tinking and ripping back and placing back on the needles.

Tapestry needle
Two double pointed needles - Size 6 or 7
Small swatch in Stockinette Stitch using worsted weight yarn. See pre-work (below) for details
Crochet hook size J or K
Worsted weight waste yarn in contrasting color to your swatch

Cast on 24 stitches and work for approximately four inches in Stockinette Stitch. Keep on the needles – do not bind off.

Full payment is needed to reserve your space.  For a refund on the class, cancellations must be made 5 days prior to the class.  All refunds are given as store credit only. If we cancel the class for any reason, you will receive a full refund.  Please note any supplies or homework are listed under the class description.  No Monarch Rewards Points can be used towards the payment of a class.

We suggest that you have a good internet connection so the class video does not buffer. Zoom suggests you have at least 2 MPBS upload and download speed from your internet service provider.