[CLASS] Knitting Bag of Tricks

(2 customer reviews)


Get rid of annoying gaps, untidy edges, and sloppy increases and decreases with instructor and designer Patty Lyons’ new workshop.

Even parts of knitting you might have thought were inevitable, such as the gap at the end of a bind-off or a marked transition from ribbing to stockinette, can be corrected with easy, logical fixes that Patty has developed over many years of teaching. Improve your armhole measurements, edge stitches, ribbing, buttonholes, elastic cast ons, and much more.

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You’ll love Patty’s attention to detail and passion for improving all areas of your knitting.

With this knitting workshop, you’ll learn:

– Quick ways to adjust your knitting for a polished look
– Expert tips and tricks for taking correct measurements
– How to knit buttonholes
– An elastic, stretchy cast-on method great for socks and neckholes
– And much, much more!

Patty’s workshop includes over 30 tips and tricks!

Additional information

Weight3 oz
Dimensions7.5 × 5.3 × 0.5 in
Media Type

Digital Download, DVD

2 reviews for [CLASS] Knitting Bag of Tricks

  1. Susanne (verified owner)

    This is the best purchase I have made in a while!
    Although I am a quite experienced knitter I learn a lot from those videos and watch them again and again. Not only are they wonderfully made but what I most like is that Patty not only demonstrates how something is done but also explains why this works. I find that approach so brilliant!

  2. nalumon regan (verified owner)

    4.5 stars.
    In my < 1 year of knitting I've often found myself wishing someone would explain The Why of how to do things, and Patty Lyons is the only/best instructor I've found who does it and she does it brilliantly. I docked half a star because the 2+ hours of instructions isn't indexed in any way that I can find, so when you want to review a topic you need to hunt for it. Adding a table of contents page referencing location by time to the handouts would make the videos a much handier reference tool.

    As left handed knitter I appreciate the Patty's use of universal terms (e.g. back/front of the needle, leading/trailing leg of stitch) as interpreting right/left instruction is more effort to process. Needles continue to be referred to as right/left but I can manage that. =o)

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