Next Wednesday, May 27th at 1pm Eastern Time, I'm running another webseminar. This time on the important - and often very puzzling - topic of garment size and fit.
For knitters who make garments, choosing which size to knit can be the most challenging part of the project. After all, if you can’t try it on, how do you know what it’s going to look like? This web seminar is all about making sure your hand-knit garments are the most flattering possible.
Garment fit isn’t just based on a single “bust circumference” number. We’ll show you to understand sizing and fit for all types of garments, and help you analyze the information in the pattern to help you diagnose whether a pattern is going to work well for you. We’ll provide tips for choosing the right pattern to start, and then show you how to ensure that you’re making the best possible size choice.
And we’ll also discuss alterations and tweaks to make a garment look and fit exactly how you want it to. The focus is on easy – math-free or math-light – solutions that are accessible to knitters of all levels. At the end of the presentation, you’ll feel confident choosing a garment pattern that works well for you, no matter what your size, style and fit preferences.
Register now! Only $19.99. You can listen live, or after the fact, at your convenience. If you register before Wednesday morning, you'll get a copy of the presentation, too.
One of the best parts of these sessions for me is the question and answer section at the end. Let me help you figure out how make garments fit as well as possible.