You know the feeling: you’re working across a row of lace and suddenly things stop making sense. You swear that yarn over goes right here, but it doesn’t fit somehow. You get that sinking feeling that you’re going to have to rip back and start again. Or you’ll just fudge it but you know that when you wear that beautiful piece of knitting there will be a part of you that remembers that imperfect section.
Don’t worry, there’s a better way.
I’m teaching a workshop on Fixing Lace Mistakes at the Blue Hills Fibre Festival in Carberry, Manitoba. It’s Saturday, June 11 from 2-3 pm.
We will be going over how to fix a mistake one row back, two rows back, and many rows back – no frogging needed! Cost is $20. There is a bit of homework to prepare so that you have something to practice on. You’ll get those details once you sign up.
If you’re around and interested in being the boss of your lace knitting, I’d love to meet you. Carberry is in a beautiful part of the province, next to some of the best hiking trails if you want to make a whole day of it. The Fibre Festival is open from 10-4:30 and admittance is free.
Grab your spot in the class: workshop list and sign up form