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Certain skills OR additional fees required for this class
(Fees payable in cash to the teacher in class.)
NO SKILLS REQUIRED Absolutely no experience necessary. Valuable for all levels of the craft.
EASY Participants with basic skills.
INTERMEDIATE Participants have solid basic skills.
ADVANCED Participants have solid skills and experience in the craft, ready to explore or refine.
Stefanie Japel has been on the internet knitting scene since she started her first blog back in 1999.
She is the author of three popular knitting books, has taught at retreats and shops all over the US and Canada, teaches online at Craftsy.com, and has lots of tips & tricks on YouTube. Stefanie
loves to teach and approaches tough subjects like fit and design with an infectious sense of humor.
STITCHES Midwest 2018 Classes
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Thursday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
3150 Intermediate Design a Hat: It's as Easy as Making Pizza!
In this beginning design class, you'll see how easy it is to create a basic hat shape using any weight yarn. From there, you'll divide the hat into a number of wedges (slices) and use your favorite stitch patterns as toppings. By the end of class, you're well on your way to having a unique hat, designed to your personal taste! And you'll walk away with a hunger for more design!
Note: You should have knit at least one hat before. It's good if you know basic math and have
knit textured stitch patterns before.
Thursday 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm SOLD OUT
3149 Easy The Lazy Knitter's Guide to Knits that Fit
Are you a lazy knitter? Do you avoid measuring and swatching and just kinda estimate which size sweater to make in hopes that it will all work out in the end? ME TOO! Over time, I've learned to be ok with WITH my own natural knitting tendencies, I and have developed sure-fire ways to work toward a more relaxed, easier sweater-fitting experience.
In this class, I'll share simple ways to create better-fitting sweaters for yourself and others without drowning in math or swatching yourself to death.
Note: It would be great if you've knit (or started to knit) a sweater before. You should know how to use a ruler / measuring tape and know basic math (Don't worry, I'll give you handout to keep and use on your own.)