Learn how to make knitwear modifications for a design that truly fits! Join knitwear designer and author Mathew Gnagy on this knitting workshop that explores pattern modifications. Learn what makes a pattern a strong contender for changes, how to make changes to a pattern, and what changes should be made to a pattern so you have a useful garment that fits correctly. Mathew Gnagy guides you through this workshop with easy-to-understand explanations of making pattern modifications without altering the original design aesthetic. With One Knit Design, Many Versions with Mathew Gnagy, you'll learn: * What areas of each design need to be swatched and measured to incorporate modifications * How to accurately measure a variety of fabrics including ribbings, cables, and other pattern stitches * How to define the finished dimensions of a design to make a paper schematic or draft * Specific stitch and row calculations for your modifications * Unique finishing techniques that can make or break a design * And more! Plus! Mathew will supply step-by-step instruction and give visual examples of various designs knit in different ways.
You'll also have a free pattern for the Constanza Shrug to practice making modifications. So, whether you're simply modifying a sweater with a yarn substitution or completely changing the shape and neckline of a pattern, this workshop video will arm you with the knowledge and helpful tips and tricks to creating a garment that is perfect for you.
Publisher: Interweave Press Inc