A few of the ladies in my Top Down Raglan Sweater workshop at Spin A Yarn on Tuesday e-mailed me with some feedback. As it's a brand new class, I told them I'd like their feedback so I can improve the class or fine-tune it if needed. So far I've had lots of very positive feedback. You can read more about the Top Down Raglan Sweater workshop in this Workshop Focus blogpost.
One of the ladies in Tuesday's class, Sue, brought her teddy, Tinkerbell, who she's had since she was a little girl. Tinkerbell was once very fluffy but has lost her fur over the years so need a sweater to keep her warm. It turned out that the sample we made in class was a perfect fit for Tinkerbell. Sue finished the sweater when she got home and added a little knitted skirt to turn it into a dress. Doesn't Tinkerbell look cute?
Karen, who's been to several of my classes and who travels from the Midlands to come to classes at Spin A Yarn, said: Thank you very much for all the skill and effort which you put into preparing your workshops. I enjoyed the top-down sweater day, and will certainly try to put it all into practice. It's fun to think about these things from a completely different perspective, and I can understand the advantages to starting at the top. Now i must go and work out all the numbers and start knitting!
Gail said: I really enjoyed the workshop on Tuesday and learnt a great deal. You explained things very clearly. Until I apply what I learnt including the formulas I don't know what I don't know. I am a confident knitter and I found the class a good pace for me and your explanations clear.