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with Sally Melville
Online Class

Wear What You Knit: Perfect Sweater Fit & Style

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Achieve the best size and style for you with sweaters that are knit to fit perfectly! Join seasoned instructor and fit expert Sally Melville as she teaches you to customize your sweater fit using precise tweaks to your patterns. During class, you'll discover how different shapes and features look on different body types and how to use that knowledge to pick the right pattern for you. Want to substitute in one of your favorite yarns for your project? You'll find out how to regauge a pattern so that you still achieve the right size for you. And for a tighter or looser garment, Sally will teach you about the concepts of pattern size and ease. Plus, you'll learn to take the best possible measurements and adjust your pattern according to those measurements — you can plug in the styles you love, too!


  • intermediate
  • 6 episodes
  • 2h15m

Included in this Class

1. Yarn, Stitch Pattern & Gauge

1. Yarn, Stitch Pattern & Gauge

Meet knitwear designer Sally Melville and start learning how the texture, drape and patterning of knitted fabric can affect how a garment looks on you. When choosing a pattern and yarn, you'll also want to check your gauge for the best fit. If you need to recalculate, Sally can help!

2. Choosing a Flattering Style

2. Choosing a Flattering Style

Get your projects into shape with Sally's advice on choosing flattering styles. Make the connection between your knitting and your closet as you choose shapes that appeal. Sally explains how you can adapt the side shape, sleeves and necklines in your knitting patterns accordingly.

3. Understanding Size & Ease

3. Understanding Size & Ease

Sally helps clear up the tricky subjects of size and ease. Get a handle on how pattern sizes relate to your own body, and choose the right amount of tightness or looseness, known as ease, in your garment. Sally will even show you how to work with multiple sizes to make your sweater fit right all over.