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Patty Lyons
Knitting ER: How to Fix Your Mistakes
Knitting ER: How to Fix Your Mistakes
Patty Lyons, Instructor

Let instructor Patty Lyons show you how to diagnose and treat your ailing stitches in this class!

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Do you dread having to show up at your local yarn store again for a dropped stitch, pesky hole or just general knitting mayhem? Is the thought of having to rip out a project and start over enough to send you screaming and running for the hills?

Say no more! Join instructor Patty Lyons as she shows you how to diagnose your stitches and prescribe treatment as a knit doctor. Learn when to "tink" or unknit, versus when to "frog" or rip out your stitches, all while learning to become a mindful knitter. Patty's effortless teaching style and humor make it easy to be engaged in the lessons. This is a class you will come back to again and again! In this Knitting ER class, you'll learn how to become a mindful knitter, gaining the skill to understand your work and identify common knitting errors. You'll also know how to spot a dropped stitch and quickly fix it with confidence.

In this video class you'll learn how to:
  • Become a mindful knitter.
  • Read your knitting.
  • Employ knitting best practices that reduce the chance of there being a mistake to fix in the first place.
  • Identify common knitting errors.
  • Decide whether to "tink" or "frog" your knitting.
  • Properly "tink" or unknit.
  • Pick up drop stitches.
  • Safely "frog" or rip your stitches.
Annie's online classes include downloadable and printable class patterns in PDF format in addition to the online video content. You can view online classes at your convenience, 24/7, 365 days a year from any mobile device, both tablet and non-tablet (phones, iPod Touch, etc.) but classes are best viewed on tablets or computers. All Annie's online classes and DVDs have closed captioning.
FREE -- Class Overview
01:20
FREE -- Introduction
04:00
Knitting ER: Our Approach
03:43
Preventative Medicine: ...
10:18
Diagnosis: Reading Your ...
20:43
Unknitting (Tinking)
06:37
Ripping (Frogging)
18:44
Dropped Stitches
33:54
Cover Up (Fix Mistakes)
09:11
Class Wrap-Up
03:53
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August 31, 2017
Marlene J
Patty Lyons does a great job explaining knitting mistakes and corrections to those knitting mistakes so, as a beginner, I understood and put the information to good use. Love this class
July 5, 2017
Brenda R
I am a very new knitter, and although I haven't seen the entire video yet I am very happy with the instructions so far. I am confident that by the end of this class that I will be able to fix all my mistakes instead of ripping out and starting over.
Thank you Patty for explaining everything so clearly that even a newbie like me can understand!
April 8, 2017
Alberto R
I have all her Annie's Videos and others. She is totally awesome, the instructions are clear, I understand my knitting way better, and love that she is comfortable with English and Continental style knitting. Well made and visuals are excellent to follow along and "get it". Thank you!
April 5, 2017
Sherice R
Thank you, Patty, for a superb course in knitting ER. I have been knitting on and off for thirty years, but really I have been un-knitting, ripping and starting over for most of that time. Only when I was brave enough would I give knitting another try. Understanding stitch structure, how stitches are created and mounted on the needle was an "ah-ha" moment in my knitting. You explained each flaw and fix in an easy to understand way that took away the intimidation of knitting.
March 26, 2017
Aloma M
I have not watched it all the way through but I have not been disappointed with Patty Lyons yet

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