I hope you love my Knitting 101 course.
I know that’s probably a bit of a stretch.
I’ve seen people pick up the hang of knitting in a few minutes, and I know for me it took nearly 2 weeks before I felt confident that I could knit without screwing the whole thing up.
Part of the frustration is that once I felt like I got the hang of the knit stitch… then what? I didn’t feel confident to try to other knitting patterns online (or rather, I tried and failed with pretty spectacular results) so I felt stuck and angry – and how was THAT supposed to help me calm my mind?
That’s exactly why I made this website for you. 🙂
So I wanted to show you my 3 newest knitting courses.Check them out below, and let me know if you have any questions before you sign up. I have more information on my courses here, and if need a refresher, you can check out my Knitting 101 mini course here. (Or you can register here for lifetime access – or sign in if you already made an account or have the full course.)
When I first began knitting, I hated the idea of making some grand project and not having it come out perfect so my solution was to knit lots of cat toys! Here’s one that’s perfect for beginners and cats alike – you could replace the catnip with a squeaker or rattle if that’s more your thing. Check out the Catnip Mouse course here.
Cozies are cute accessories for mugs, but most importantly, they are quick projects that reinforce old skills and teach you new ones – likecabling! If you’re intimidated by cabling projects, this project will help you tackle your fears and have you cabling like a pro in no time. Check out the XOXO course here.
I made this fun, summer knit as a way to keep cool when it’s sweltering out, but still cover up! I’m starting a new course next week if you want to follow along with me and learn how to make this oversized, cropped beach top. This is more advanced, but it’s perfect if you take your time and check your work. Check out the Siren Seafoam course here.