Imagine Gorgeous Cable Motifs Flowing from Your Knitting Needles.
Ready to knit cables better than anyone you know?
To knit cables, you just cross your stitches according to the chart or pattern. But you'll need the best tips and tricks learn to cable amazingly and effortlessly.
"Mastering Cables" Video E-Book
"I totally love these legwarmers and highly recommend this course."
-Belinda, Melbourne, Australia
Introducing The First And Only Cable-Knitting Video E-Book
Using my most popular KnitFreedom pattern, the Bulky Cabled Legwarmers with Buttons, I created a video course that guides you through all the steps of learning this new technique.
This is really an intermediate knitting course in disguise.
While teaching you how to knit legwarmers, I'm going to teach you a large set of techniques designed to propel you towards Knitting Superstardom, without you even realizing it. These legwarmers are the perfect project to learn a whole new set of skills.
Cable Knitting Mastery – Table of Contents
- Getting Started
- Pattern Overview/Walkthrough of Finished Pieces
- Introduction to Reading a Cable Chart
- Keeping Track of Where You Are on the Chart as You Knit
- Working a Cable Chart
- Rows 1-4 of Cabled Legwarmers Chart (Border Rows)
- Rows 5-6 of Cabled Legwarmers Chart (First Pattern Rows)
- Cabling: T3L and T3R
- Basic Cable Abbreviations
- Rows 7-8: T3L and T3R With a Cable Needle
- T3L and T3R Without a Cable Needle
- Working Even
- Recognizing Knit and Purl Stitches on the WS
- Simple 2-Row Buttonhole
- Cabling: C4R
- Row 11: C4R With a Cable Needle
- C4R Without a Cable Needle
- Rows 13-24: Practice and Review
- Fixing Mistakes
- Forgot to Cable
- Cabled Wrong (E.g. Purl Stitch Crosses a Knit Stitch)
- Stitch in Pattern Looks Out of Place
- Forgot to Put in a Buttonhole
- If You Forget What Row You're On
- Cabling: C4L
- Row 25: C4L With a Cable Needle
- C4L Without a Cable Needle
- Binding Off in 1x1 Rib
- How to Sew on Buttons
- Easy Twisted-Cord Tie
- How to read a cable chart instead of a written pattern
- An easy way to think about and understand the many different cable abbreviations
- How to keep track of your pattern progress without counting rows
- Four different kinds of cables
- How to cable WITH and WITHOUT a cable needle
- The technique of making buttonholes
- How to avoid, undo, fix many common cabling mistakes
- How to recognize your stitches so you don't get confused
- A fun and fast way to make a twisted-cord tie
- How to choose and attach buttons
- You'll learn all these tips and tricks for mastering cabling and MUCH more in this easy and in-depth guided video course.
This video course includes the pattern for how to knit legwarmers so that you can follow along with the videos: learn all these techniques AND have something beautiful to show for it!
What is a video knitting course?
- It's a digital book with videos integrated right into the written lessons.
- The videos stream from the Internet, so you can download the book instantly
- The streaming videos save your computer's hard-drive space
- You get a front-row view of everything you need to learn
- The full-page, high-resolution videos play right in your book - no more searching the Internet for the right video when you'd rather be learning how to knit legwarmers!
"I love the video e-book! It is so much easier to be able to do the part of the pattern I am working and click the video link than having to go to YouTube and do a search." -Crystal
"Mastering Cables" Video E-Book
Who is this course good for?
- Intermediate knitters who have never tried knitting cables
- Those of you who love that legwarmers are coming back and have decided to learn how to knit legwarmers for yourself or a friend
- Knitters comfortable with cabling who want to learn the advanced techniques
- Those of you what want to be able to read a chart
- Knitters who want to learn basic cable techniques and abbreviations to design their own patterns
Because you learn so many new skills in this book, you should be comfortable with knitting and purling before you begin. Need a refresher? Just download my free video knitting dictionary, and you'll have all the resources you need to get started!
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I'm so confident you'll love this course that if, after you try it out, you don't feel like you really understand how to knit cables with ease, you'll have the safety of a full refund for up to one year from your purchase date, AND I'll personally help you find the resources that will work for you.
Learn to cable-knit like a pro for only $17.97
"Mastering Cables" Video E-Book
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I’m going to let you take two months to try out my courses! Your experience is guaranteed to be amazing – if you don’t absolutely love all the new skills you’ve learned, and tell all your friends about how great it is to be a Knitting Superstar, you get your money back right away!I’ll even personally help find the videos you need. Just let me know – I am here for you.
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What KnitFreedom Students Have to Say About This Cables Knitting Class:
I am very glad i got this e-book. . Reading patterns is hard for me but Liat goes step by step and makes it really easy to understand.
Anyone that wants to learn cabling this is the e-book to get and the price is great. thank you Liat
I just wanted to say a huge THANK YOU to Liat for her Cables 101 course. I was looking for a pattern for legwarmers to wear on my motorcycle in cold weather. I wanted them to button, and be fairly warm. The Bulky Cabled Legwarmers pattern was perfect, and the promise of videos to help me through my first knit cables was important.
AS IT TURNED OUT... I really needed the troubleshooting videos. I got to the 54th row of the pattern on the left legwarmer, feeling pleased with myself because they looked so good. As I read over the instructions for the last few rows, I saw a mention of sewing 4 buttons on. FOUR!!!! But I only had three button holes. Sure enough, on row 43, I had missed the buttonhole. I took a deep breath, watched the video on fixing a missed buttonhole, and started ripping my stitches down to the missed button hole. Four or five tries later, it was fixed, a buttonhole and 10 more rows of fixed knitting. WOW!
Thanks so much for this. I would never have had the courage to attempt to fix this problem without ripping out all 11 rows without your videos.