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Module 1 Resources
Wee Gauge Primer Wee Gauge Primer2
Module 2 Resources
Cable Short-Cut – If you want to try cabling without a needle, this is my method. This video was created for another design project, but you can adopt this same technique over 4 stitches instead of 3 by using the same concept. Practice on a bit of scrap knitting before you attempt it on your sweater. CLICK HERE.
Module 3 Resources
How to M1R and M1L (thanks, Purl Soho, for the handy tutorial!)
If it helps to see this image close-up, this is the photo provided in the Module 3 handout that shows you the difference between the way cables lay when they are blocked or not (bottom section below is blocked, upper section worked flat is not blocked). This is why it’s important not to panic if your cables seem to draw inward, especially as you start working flat – remember that blocking makes a huge difference.
Module 4 Resources
Module 4 Video
Russian Grafting Video
Module 5 Resources
Module 5 Video
Picking up stitch multiples: https://www.oliveknits.com/how-to-stitch-multiples-for-knitted-ribbing/
Module 6 Video
There is no video this week.
Weaving-in your ends using the duplicate stitch method on the wrong side.
Module 8 – The final module!
Module 8 Video
- Wool Wash (Farmer’s Daughter Wool Wash)
- Wool Wash (Soak)
- (Any quality wool wash from your LYS should be fine!)
- Blocking Mats
- Blocking Pins
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