All About Gauge

All About Gauge

Updated 9/12/23

All About Gauge
All About Gauge

Learn all about gauge! Sponsored by Knitting with Chopsticks, this free one-hour class teaches knitters and crocheters how to ensure your projects are sized correctly.

Gauge is arguably the most intimidating part of reading a pattern (especially for garments). No need to panic! Hortense of Knitting with Chopsticks is breaking down everything you need to know about gauge: what it is, why you need it, how to make and measure it, and what to do if your gauge swatch doesn’t match the pattern’s gauge; both for knitting and crochet!

No materials are needed to follow the class but you'll need yarn, a crochet hook/knitting needles and measuring tape for your next project.

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