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Sizing Knitwear Patterns
Sizing Knitwear Patterns
Faina Goberstein
Whether your goal is to sell online, get published, or knit a sweater to fit, with Faina's expert grading tips, you'll be on your way to pattern success!
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Shirley Paden, author of "Knitwear Design Workshop," brings her concepts to Craftsy! Learn her comprehensive yet simple process for beautiful fabric and knitwear.
Shirley Paden
Shirley Paden
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Edie Eckman teaches knitting designers how to write clear and correct patterns that editors and other knitters will love - and buy!
Edie Eckman
Edie Eckman
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Knitwear designer Stefanie Japel teaches you how to knit a sweater with adjustments to the bust, waist and hips to perfectly fit any body type.
Stefanie Japel
Stefanie Japel

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The key to accurately measuring gauge is to work your swatch in the same way that you plan to work the knitted piece. Translation: if you’re knitting a sweater in the round, your swatch should be knit in the round, too.
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Modern Needle punching project in the hoop in progress
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We love traditional embroidery, but lately our fiber radar has been focused on the beautiful textures created with needle punching. Uh, what's that, you ask? We'll fill you in: Needle punching (aka punch needle) might look like embroidery when you just see the tools — you need embroidery floss or yarn, a hoop, fabric, and scissors to start. But there's one extra tool that makes a big difference: a needle punch.
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Sizing Knitwear Patterns