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Learn It: How to Measure Yourself

Aug 22, 2014

I recently took my measurements. I wasn't surprised that they'd changed a little bit since the last time I took them, which was a couple of years ago.

I've got a little more here, a little less there. Bodies change as we age, even if we haven't gained or lost significant amounts of weight.

Measuring yourself seems like an easy task, and it is, if you've got the information you need to take measurements accurately. Our new free resource, Knitting Measurements: How to Measure Waist, Hips, and More, will arm you with all of the tools to take the precise waist and hip measurements, plus all of the other measurements you need to knit garments that fit perfectly.

I encourage you to check out Knitting Measurements, and then gather your knitting friends, some good music, and maybe two or three bottles of wine, and have a measuring party!

Exact measurements are easier to achieve if you have a buddy! Plus, it's a lot more fun.

Learn how to measure yourself right now, with Knitting Measurements: How to Measure Waist, Hips, and More.

Good luck, and have fun!

Cheers,


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LL Howard wrote
on Aug 30, 2014 8:18 PM

My next question, after remeasuring, how do you figure in the ease? I like a well fit sweater, but can't stand too tight, and generally end up with a little sloppy, when I add what I think is the right amount of "fudge" factor.

cjeanne wrote
on Aug 24, 2014 10:19 PM

i cannot get this E-book to download !

Karen5684 wrote
on Aug 23, 2014 2:08 PM

The measurement I am most unsure of is where to start the inside arm to wrist to get correct sleeve length. I don't expect the sleeve to fit tightly under my armpit and I don't want the sleeve too long.  How should I be measuring the armpit to wrist to get an accurate length.