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Knitting courses

Knitting courses, classes, groups and workshops taught all across the UK. Socks, jumpers, scarves and hats, you'll be the envy of your friends and in high demand from Mums-to-be! There has been a resurgence of interest in knitting in recent years and once you start, you'll see why... it's great fun! Knitting teachers up and down the country are introducing a new generation to the joys of this craft. Do you want to learn how to knit? Browse from our large selection of knitting courses and workshops and be introduced to patterns, yarns, needles and stitches - and to the delight of saying 'I made that'.

Devon - Next course on 22nd April 2019
On this workshop you will learn how to make 2 decorative pins using polymer clay. The pins make gorgeous and unusual gifts with which to fasten a woolly wrap, decorate a knitted hat or scarf, or embellish a chunky knit. Polymer clay is an ideal material with which to make a decorative pin as it is lightweight and therefore won't pull the garment out of shape. It can also be moulded, shaped, textured and blended...
Powys - Next course on 27th April 2019
Students will learn how to make fingerless gloves using ‘domino’/’mitred’ modules. They will learn how to make the individual basic modules, then how to knit onto these to build up the glove, how to leave the space for the thumbhole and how to make the cuff. It will not be possible to complete the glove in the time provided, but students will be given written instructions so that they can finish their work at home....
The workshops are for people of all levels, who like to sew, knit, crochet … or all three. Your projects could include; knitting, crochet, dressmaking, patchwork quilts, lampshades, curtains, cushions… anything that involves stitching. Meeting each Monday 6-9pm during term time, in a friendly atmosphere, helping each other with various projects, relaxing, chatting, and indulging in tea, coffee, and biscuits. Please get in touch!
Devon - Next course on 22nd May 2019
Spend three days learning the craft of spinning wool using Trill Farm's beautiful Gotland wool. There will be an opportunity to use spinning wheels, spindles, wool combs, and hand and drum carders. By the end of three days you will be familiar with the equipment and will have spun several small skeins of yarn for use in knitting, weaving or as accent yarn in felted items. We will explore the difference between woollen and worsted...