Whip Those Knits in the Pacific Northwest!

Are you  tired of the garments you knit not fitting the way they should?

Middleford Yarns in Medford, Oregon will be hosting me for a “Whip Your Knits into Shape” workshop on November 7th and 8th.  This event will be in conjunction with the annual Ample Knitters Retreat

 Petite or plus-sized, if you’re a difficult fit in “off the rack” clothing, commercial patterns as written probably aren’t much better for you.  If you’re interested in customizing your knitting to really fit your body properly, this workshop will be just the thing. 

We’ll discuss short rows and interior dart shaping, and various ways to apply them to your knits for a perfectly fitting garment.

Participants will come also away from the workshop with a complete set of current measurements and a handy a “body sloper” which is a flat pattern on paper drawn to the dimensions of their body. This can then be used either to customize commercial pattern sizes according to the given schematics or to easily design garments from scratch.

 
Contact Middleford Yarns to reserve your spot for this useful workshop.
(541) 941-3332
P.S I’ll also be bringing along a White Lies Designs trunk show for your viewing pleasure!
 
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One Comment on “Whip Those Knits in the Pacific Northwest!”


  1. Hi! Any chance that you’d be doing something similar up at the north end of the state? Medford is 5 hours away…


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