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Set-in sleeves have long been considered one of the more difficult tasks in designing a sweater. Although proper fitting sleeves are challenging, there are guidelines that make this a skill that can be learned. If you can design a basic tank top, then you can design a sweater with a fitted set-in sleeve. Start with a fabric swatch, take your measurements and learn the calculations required to design a set-in capped sleeve that will fit—every time! Class will move quickly so it is assumed that students are already familiar with basic design concepts such as gauge, ease and garment construction.
Skill Level: Advanced Intermediate
Date & Time: Sunday, July 11; 10:00am - 1:00pm
Materials: Pencil, calculator, ruler, measuring tape and homework swatches
Homework: Create two identical 6" x 6" swatches in the yarn and stitch pattern of your choice for your sweater. Launder one swatch in the method you intend to launder the sweater.