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Susanne Visch – Fixing Knitting Mistakes with La Visch

You are knitting nicely when suddenly you notice it: a mistake in your knitwork, 5 cm back in your project! Drawing out is a waste of time, that is why you will learn in this workshop how to correct errors while the project is still on your needles. You learn how to pick up dropped stitches (in the middle and on the edge of your work!) And how to correct a decrease or increase. You will also learn a good way of repairing an error in a lace- or cable pattern. If you have a project with this kind of mistake, take it with you! In that case, a cushion in a light color and a package of pins will also come in handy.

This workshop is suitable for a wide range of knitters; we all make mistakes when knitting. To get the most out of this workshop, it is advisable to have already completed some knitting projects. These do not have to be very complex projects, but experience with simple decreases such as 2 knits and pull over, increases such as twisted increases as well as some simple ajour is useful.

Designer Susanne Visch, an experienced knitter and crochet star with a background in industrial design, teaches and writes about knitting, crochet and other woolly topics on her website, www.lavisch.com. Susanne lives and works on her knitting and crochet designs in Nieuwegein with her family and cats.

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Date: Friday 11 October 2019 from 13:30 to 16:30
Location: Workshopruimte 1
Language: Dutch
Homework: Yes, the homework for this class (knitting swatches) will be sent to you by e-mail
What to bring: The swatches, double pointed needles or circular in size 4 mm, removable stitchmarkers, crochetneedle in size 3 mm or 3.5 mm
Max. number of participants: 12
Price: Early bird pre-sale € 35.00 including a dayticket to the Festival (click on ‘Buy your ticket’ below). The price at the register € 39.50 including entrance to the Festival.
Including: Hand-out, a Festival notebook and a pen. During class we serve coffee or tea with something sweet.