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Teaching Knitting, Part 3: Hints for Beginning Knitting Class

These hints are gleaned from 30 years of teaching knitters … FIRST:  Keep the class small – perhaps only four students unless there is more than one instructor. When beginning knitters get “stuck,” they should be confident that you will … Continue reading

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Teaching Knitting, Part 1: Basics

I have taught knitting to many people over the past 30 years, individually and in groups.  In teaching, I want my students to enjoy learning, knit something without too much pain that is also immediately useful and master specific, basic … Continue reading

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