There’s no question about knitting for a life-time.
It’s your daily meditation, your creative outlet, it’s how you find your ‘me’ time and fill the family’s wardrobe with knitwear every month of the year.
When you’re asked if you’ll knit up something for a friend the answer is ‘yes! When can I start?’
And there’s no chance of you going on holiday without checking Google maps for the local yarn shops so you can spend a day browsing.
Is there anything missing from your knitty knowledge?
If you’re ready to dive in with video courses, these will guide you step by step:
Perhaps you’re eager to learn some new tricks and techniques, but never have the time as your needles don’t stop clicking!
The knitters guide to substituting yarn, reading patterns, caring for your finished knits, sustainable knitting and lots more.
You’ll discover some knitting secrets that’ll speed your learning and continue your path to knitting with confidence.
And the best bit?
These videos can all be watched while your latest WIP grows.
Perhaps you’ve only ever knitted on single-pointed needles and just can’t get your head around knitting on cables, so why change what’s working?
This short workshop will fill your mind with new inspiration and open the doors to new knits that are waiting for you.
You know there’s no doubt you’re knitting for Christmas. You do every year. But how much do you promise and end up knitting in January? Do you have major plans for knitting yourself a new Christmas jumper but knitting for everyone else gets in the way? Take a look at this workshop that helps plan, prepare and knit through everything you need for Christmas, and finish with time to spare!
Fancy an easy knit for a weekend or holiday?
Perhaps a kit is right up your alley?
Check out the baby knitting kits, and the cable knits, along with the home items.
Knitting kits, needles, yarn and tools all together, selected for you, so all you have to do is knit!
Pick your favourite from a wide selection of knitting kits, from home items to cosy hats and cowls, along with fingerless mitts and baby blankets. As an established knitter, you’re well placed to choose a kit and knit!