How to Work with Repeat Patterns


Price includes 2 hours of class. Early Bird ends 11/29/22.

An in-person class with Phyllis Bell Miller

Mar 2, 1:30-4:30pm

Say “Good-bye” to plain stockinette or simple crochet fabrics by learning how to substitute repeat patterns into your work!

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Everything you need to know about working with repeat patterns: including yarn, needle and hook, understanding directions, and navigating charts. Phyllis will show you how to position, center, stack, arrange, and combine patterns for balance; you’ll see how to make sense of placing increases and decreases — and more.

Special skills or knowledge needed to take this class:
Basic knowledge of knitting or crochet

Supply List
• Regular pencil and eraser
• Calculator (The one in your cell phone is fine.)

Limited pre-class work required.

Additional information

Skill Level

Main Technique



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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Nancy L.
Not enough practical work

Fabulous handout, but the presentation did not deliver on the practical aspects promised in the course outline. Instead, it was a lecture, enhanced by a PowerPoint presentation, that summarized the handout material in bullet points. I would have preferred that we spend more time in class working with the repeat patterns that we were asked to bring along. The instructor could have demonstrated her process of working with repeat patterns, while we worked with our own stitch patterns. The thoroughly detailed written resource would cover any details not addressed during such a practical application of concepts, and we would have it to refer to later while working with repeat patterns on our own.

working with repeat patterns

The instructor clearly is brilliant. Her handout was amazingly thorough. However, class content was a bit too 'dense' in that we spent 2.5 hours (for a 2 hour class) reviewing a powerpoint going over her handout. For a 2 hour class, it would have been more helpful to actually cover a bit less content, and have time to ask questions, and play with putting together different repeat patterns via class discussion. Class was entirely lecture, fast paced, with little time to process the information. Fortunately, the video is available for me to review, to try to grasp the information upon review. The class would be more suited for a Stitches at Home weekend, while allowing time for actual practice with putting some repeat patterns together.....