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Recorded Webinar with Simona Merchant-Dest
Have you been struggling to read knitting charts correctly? Avoiding projects all together because included included charts? Knitwear designer and author Simona Merchant-Dest will unveil the mystery of knitting charts once for all.
In this How to Read Knitting Charts webinar Simona will teach you how to read charts like a pro. She will teach you what a knitting chart is, what it represents and how it differs from written instructions. You will learn most common chart symbols and how to read them for lace, texture and cable stitch patterns as well as colorwork.
Simona will show you how to read charts for both circular and flat knitting, and she will also add helpful tips and tricks she uses for using charts with ease.
Learning to read charts is imperative to any knitter who wants to advance their crafting skills and move beyond basic washcloth and scarf projects. Learning to read charts will improve your knitting by becoming confident in understanding of how your project is worked and how it can simplify complicated instructions into easy ones.
By understanding charts, you will be able to spot mistakes you may make early on in your project; thus saving you time by not having to unravel hours worth of knitting. Better understanding of charts will lead you to advance yourself and be able to customize or even design your own knitwear projects in the future. Understanding knitting charts will open a whole new world to your knitting experience.
Simona is both knitwear and crochet designer, and a co-author of the best-selling book The Art of Seamless Knitting. Her designs have been featured in most national and international knitting magazine and books. She was a Creative Director and Project Coordinator for Mission Falls and worked as a Technical Design Interpreter for Anna Cohen’s Imperial Knits Collection for Imperial Yarns.
Simona was born and raised in the Czech Republic and her distinguished style in her design has a punch of European flare. She is not only an expert in using charts as a part of knitting instructions, but she also shares her knowledge on how to use charts to modify and customize knits including converting from flat to knitting in the round.
Not very impressed.
The sound was very poor and I could not hear the comments from the instructor. The parts I did hear were good, she did clarify some of the charts for me.
Also, if I stopped in the middle of a section, I had to start at the beginning again. It would have been helpful if I could have skipped through the sections.
(Posted on 11/24/2013)
(Posted on 11/24/2013)