For most people, lace knitting has always been one of those types of knitting that gives them a little chill. Together, yarn overs and decreases can form anything from flowers to geometric shapes in a way that almost no other type of knitting can.
If you feel ready for some serious lace knitting but have no idea where to start, this course is for you: We’ll master lace knitting together in 13 days – from zero to hero in lace knitting in no time!
The Complete Guide to Lace Knitting: Table of Contents
- Day 1: A Brief History of Lace
- Day 2: Lace Knitting Stitches
- Day 3: Garter or Stockinette Stitch? Your Drawing Canvas
- Day 4: Charts in Lace Knitting
- Day 5: Reading Your Knitting
- Day 6: Fixing Errors
- Day 7: Finding Stitch Patterns
- Day 8: Creating Stitch Patterns
- Day 9: Orenburg Lace
- Day 10: Shetland Lace
- Day 11: Estonian Lace
- Day 12: Alpine Lace Knitting: Austria and Bavaria
- Day 13: Lace Knitting: Frequently Asked Questions
The series kicks off with a brief history of knitting lace and its sister arts and continues covering every aspect of this lovely, interesting and challenging topic. I hope you’ll enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it for you!