Affiknity Video Sweater Class Class

(1 customer review)

$30.00

Welcome to the Affiknity Video Sweater Class

All the video project classes are fully written and charted (where there are charts) patterns. The videos and tutorials are links within the pdf. Some of the newer classes are hosted on my education site so you can launch the tutorials from within the pattern pdf, or for a full class experience, follow along on the eduction site for discussion threads, groups, quizzes and more!

Affiknity is an adult unisex sweater that comes in 12 sizes and features a pullover AND cardigan.

With sweater modifications, knitting how-to’s and hours of videos you will be able to make many sweaters from this one class.

The pattern includes hours of video tutorials as well as sweater modifications and tutorials on working to a different gauge. The video links will never expire – RED links in pdf, play them from your computer.

Jump in ANYTIME! The videos will never go away!

Description

SAVE WHEN YOU BUNDLE WITH AFFIKNITY JR

Affiknity is an adult unisex sweater that comes in 12 sizes and features a pullover AND cardigan.

Make sure to join my Ravelry group to work along with other knitters. That’s where you can post questions and share photos. There’s an amazing power when a group of knitters are all working together on the same pattern!

Video Class Tutorials Include:

– My unvented hidden pocket
– German Short Rows
– Cable tricks
– Chart reading
– Cable fixes
– Saddle shoulder
– My unvented buttonholes
– How to adjust pattern for gauge
– Length, neck and sleeve variations
– One move SSK
– Left lifted and right lifted increase and MORE!

MATERIALS:Click HERE to order.

Yarn
Option #1:
Affiknity: Valley Yarns Northampton (100% Wool; 100 g/247 yds): Color #59 Fawn, (6, 6, 7, 7) (8, 8, 9 9) (10, 11, 12, 13) balls.

Option #2:
Affiknity: Tahki Yarns Manchester (45% Fine Highland Wool, 35% Superfine Alpaca, 20% Acrylic; 50 g/109 yds): Color #08 Denim, (11, 12, 13, 14) (15, 16, 17, 18) (21, 22, 24, 27) balls.

Needles

Size US 7 (4.5 mm) needles, or size needed to obtain gauge

Two Size US 7 (4.5 mm) needles for pocket join

40” / 101 cm Size US 7 (4.5 mm) circular needle for cardigan button band pick up

24” / 60 cm Size US 6 (4 mm) needles for pullover neck band pick up

Size US 8 (5 mm) needle for shawl collar bind off

Notions:

Cable needle, tapestry needle, locking stitch marker, stitch holders

Affiknity: Seven – Eight  ¾” / 19 mm buttons (Cardigan only)

Gauge
21 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches, in stockinette on US 7 – 4.5 mm

Affiknity (adult) Finished Measurements

Chest:

(34, 36, 38 ½, 40) (42 ½, 44, 46, 48 ½) (52, 56, 60, 64 ½)” / (86.5, 91.5, 98, 101.5) (108, 112, 117, 123) (132, 142, 152.5, 164) cm

NOTE: Cardigan version measures approx ½” – ¾” larger than pullover at chest when buttoned.

Length:

NOTE: This includes ¾” / 2 cm for ½ of the saddle width.

(21 ¾, 22 ¾, 23 ¼, 23 ½) (24, 24 ¼, 25, 24 ¾) (25 ¾, 25 ¾, 26 ¼, 27 ¼)” / (55, 58, 59, 59.5) (61, 61.5, 63.5, 63) (65.5, 65.5, 66.5, 69) cm

Meant to be worn with 2” – 5” of positive ease over chest (depending on desired fit. You could use high chest as your chest measurement). This is a relaxed fit garment with a wider cross back and deeper armholes.

Shown:

Pullover: Female wearing 38” chest with 3” of positive ease over full chest, 5” of positive ease over high chest. Male wearing 38” chest with 1” of positive ease over full chest, 1 ½” of positive ease over high chest.

Cardigan: wearing 34 ¾” chest with ¼” negative ease over full chest, 1 ¾” positive ease over high chest.

1 review for Affiknity Video Sweater Class Class

  1. lindahreid (verified owner)

    With Patty, you learn not just how to do something but why things work the way they do. I learned so much from this class, including how to fix mis-crossed cables (which I did more than once!). Last night I started a sweater from another designer and struggled with the instructions until I realized how much easier it would be if I mapped the sweater like Patty does. I did it and now the pattern makes total sense. I’m a much better knitter for taking Patty’s classes.

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