Seamless Set-In Sleeves: From Custom-Fit Armhole to Flawless Sleeve Cap


Cost includes 4 hours of class.

With Sarah Peasley

Aug 7, 1:00-3:00pm & Aug 8, 1:00-3:00pm CDT

Are you avoiding patterns that feature set-in sleeves? Does the thought of sewing a sleeve into an armhole fill you with dread?

Class sessions will be recorded and remain accessible online to registered students of the class for 14 days following the event.

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Are you tired of trying to figure out how to sew in a set-in sleeve? Have you ever tried to design one from scratch? Those bell curves and ratios can drive you nutty! Learn how to design an armhole to fit YOUR body, then pick up and knit a perfect set- in sleeve from the top down with very little math, and no unsightly seams! Armhole shaping variations, alternative stitch patterns, and sleeve decrease calculations will also be discussed.

Special skills or knowledge needed to take this class:
Student must be comfortable knitting and purling.

Supply List
__50 gm smooth, light-colored, worsted-weight yarn
__US 7/4.5mm straight or circular needles
__G/4.25 mm or H/5 mm crochet hook
__3 stitch holders
__3 stitch markers
__Safety pins
__Knitting Basics: Sharp scissors, Notebook, Pen or pencil with eraser, Stitch markers, Tapestry needles (large and small), Tape measure, Small calculator, Needles and crochet hooks of various sizes

Additional information

Skill Level

Main Technique


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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Jocelyn M.
Great info, Too Brief Opportunity to learn the Lesson

I loved the class and the teacher. I expected to, knowing the cost and the reputation of Stitches. But I was unable to finish watching inside the seemingly short seven day period. I purchased the class knowing I wouldn't be able to watch for the first couple of days but I thought I would easily finish after day four passed. But things got in my way to sit and concentrate and I was told I could only view within seven days - this was by Sandy Entenman in customer service, to whom I had reached out. So I'm sad I failed to learn and get the value from the class.