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Not Quite A Beginner Knitter – This course is for you!

So you’ve tried to knit but you’re feeling frustrated?  You’re not quite a beginner knitter but yet you are? How about starting back from the beginning to learn the proper methods of casting on, fixing mistakes, knitting and purling?  Stop the frustration and start having fun!  During four 1.5-hour classes, held weekly, you’ll learn tips and tricks and your confidence and skills will skyrocket.  Maximum 4 people to a class guarantees lots of individual attention and learning in a comfortable, stress-free environment. 

Class 1

In this first class you will review/learn how to cast on, read a simple pattern, do a ‘yarn over’ and knit-2-together as you make one of these fun and useful dishcloths or a ‘tea-bag pouch’ (great hostess gifts, by the way)

Checkerboard Dishcloth1

Knit a cotton dishcloth_Beginner 1

Beautiful dishcloth is a great hostess gift too.

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Class 2

We will look at your completed 1st project and figure out what’s right and what’s wrong.  Then we’ll cast off and start our next project of fabulous mittens and learn about increasing, creating the thumb, and decreasing.

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Class 3

We’ll continue with our mittens   This is a more complicated pattern and you’ll soon feel confident to do anything!

Mitts

Class 4

We’ll finish up the mittens (if necessary), including sewing them up.  We’ll then start a matching hat and learn how to knit on a circular needle in-the-round.  Lots of time for questions too!

Slouchy knit hat

3 Comments

  1. Shelley

    Hi. I would like to learn to knit. I know basics but need to become more confident.
    Please call to discuss.
    647-453-1345

    Thank you

    Reply
  2. Kim

    Hi Janice, how much is this course?

    Reply
    • Janice

      Hi Kim,
      This 4 week course is $99 plus HST. I have no availability in March, but hope to see you in April. Please e-mail me directly at janice@learn2knit.ca for more information or to register. Thanks. Happy knitting!

      Reply

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