Fri, Aug 16 | Salt Yarn Studio

Book signing party and workshop "Knit to Fit: Altering Patterns to Fit Your Body" (1)

A unique opportunity to learn about pattern alteration from a local Cape Cod pattern writer! Angela Hahn will be signing copies of 'Knitted Tanks & Tunics' and sharing samples. Book signing 4-5:30, and "Knit to Fit" workshop (free with book purchase, or $15 without book purchase) 5:30-7:00
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Book signing party and workshop "Knit to Fit: Altering Patterns to Fit Your Body" (1)

Time & Location

Aug 16, 2019, 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Salt Yarn Studio, 620 Main Street, Dennis, MA, USA

About the event

In this workshop you will learn how to adjust a knitting pattern to properly fit YOUR measurements. Topics will include taking accurate measurements of your body (wear a light tank or tee, we will be doing this in the workshop!), deciding how much ease works best for you, choosing the best pattern size, and altering specific garment measurements to get the best fit. We will use the Sayre Tank*, a pattern from Knitted Tanks and Tunics, as an example: With its slightly cropped length, body-skimming fit, lace yoke, and not-quite-halter styling, this tank works up quickly! (Skill level: Easy to Intermediate.)

Angela Hahn has been publishing patterns for hand knitting for over ten years. Trained in veterinary medicine, she was a small animal vet for 15 years, before reluctantly giving up her practice due to severe allergies; she turned to knitwear design in 2005. Her first patterns were published online by Magknits and Knitty in 2006; since then, her designs have appeared in knitting magazines including Interweave Knits, Vogue Knitting, knit.wear, and Knitscene; knitting pattern books; and online at Twist Collective. She has also created knitting patterns for yarn companies, and self-publishes patterns on her website, www.knititude.com, and on Ravelry. Her first book of knitting patterns, Knitted Tanks and Tunics: 21 Crisp, Cool Designs for Sleeveless Tops, was released on April 1st, 2018. While living in Como, Italy from 2006 to 2009, she was included by The Knitter magazine in their list of “Who’s Who of Worldwide Designers.” She currently resides in Cotuit, MA.

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