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Discover a world of creativity and relaxation through the art of knitting. Learn to create cozy scarves, stylish sweaters, and intricate patterns while gaining valuable skills and experiencing the therapeutic benefits of this timeless craft.

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Knit a Striped Summer Top

Brooklyn Craft Company @ 165 Greenpoint Ave, Brooklyn, NY

Elevate your knitting skills with our beginner-friendly workshop! Dive into crafting your own sleeveless summer top, mastering essential techniques like knitting stripes and creating a flattering neckline. Say goodbye to scarves and hello to stylish, handmade apparel perfect for warm weather.

(559) All levels 18 and older
$125

3 sessions

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Sock Knitting

Brooklyn Craft Company @ 165 Greenpoint Ave, Brooklyn, NY

Learn to knit complex projects with the Shorty Sock workshop at Brooklyn Craft Company. Master magic loop knitting, heel flaps, shaping, and more! Perfect for intermediate knitters looking for a challenge.

(559) Intermediate 18 and older
$95

3 sessions

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Weekend Intensive: Machine Knitting 102: Texture + Pattern

Textile Arts Center @ 505 Carroll St, Brooklyn, NY

Expand your machine knitting skills and learn advanced patterning techniques in this intensive class at Textile Arts Center. Discover the capabilities of a knitting machine and create a collection of swatches and a small project based on your vision. Pre-requisites: Machine Knitting 101 or equivalent experience.

(504) Beginner 18 and older
$432.60

2 sessions

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Crochet Granny Squares

Brooklyn Craft Company @ 165 Greenpoint Ave, Brooklyn, NY

Take your crochet skills to the next level with a modern twist. Learn the basic granny stitch and how to crochet in the round, as well as how to connect squares and experiment with color combinations. Basic crochet skills are required.

(559) Intermediate 18 and older

Knitting 101

Brooklyn Craft Company @ 165 Greenpoint Ave, Brooklyn, NY

Learn the basics of knitting and turn yarn into fabric at Brooklyn Craft Company. Whether you're a beginner or need a refresher, this workshop will teach you the essential skills to get started on your knitting journey.

(559) Beginner 18 and older

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Advanced Beginner Skill Building Knitting

The Knitting Tree, LA @ 1031 W. Manchester Blvd. #2, Inglewood, CA

Ready to level up your knitting skills? Join us at The Knitting Tree, LA for an intermediate class that will teach you magic loops, short rows, cables, and more. Gain the confidence to tackle any project and become a knitting pro!

(75) All levels 18 and older
$80

4 sessions

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Beginning Knitting Class

The Knitting Tree, LA @ 1031 W. Manchester Blvd. #2, Inglewood, CA

Unlock the art of knitting with a comprehensive four-part course that will teach you the fundamental techniques, from casting on to working in the round. Gain confidence as you create a scarf, hat, and shawl, and be prepared to take on more advanced projects. Discover the world of fiber content and unravel your creativity at The Knitting Tree, LA.

(75) Beginner 13 and older
$80

4 sessions

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Basic Lace Shawl

The Knitting Tree, LA @ 1031 W. Manchester Blvd. #2, Inglewood, CA

Learn the art of lace knitting in this introductory class where you'll master the garter tab and practice chart reading and blocking techniques. Create a stunning shawl using worsted weight yarn and basic supplies. Perfect for advanced beginners looking to expand their knitting skills.

(75) All levels 18 and older
$80

3 sessions

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Knitting Through California

The Knitting Tree, LA @ 1031 W. Manchester Blvd. #2, Inglewood, CA

Explore the artistry of California through yarn and needles in this advanced beginner knitting experience. Guided by seasoned instructor Theresa Havton, delve into Nancy Bates's book "Knitting California," unraveling its secrets hat by hat, starting with the simplest. Elevate your craft as you master basic colorwork techniques, delve into colorwork decreases, and decode intricate knitting charts. Join us at The Knitting Tree, LA, where you'll advance your skills against the backdrop of creative camaraderie.

(75) Beginner 13 and older
$80

4 sessions

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Make an Emotional Support Chicken

The Knitting Tree, LA @ 1031 W. Manchester Blvd. #2, Inglewood, CA

Learn how to create an adorable knitted chicken companion that will bring comfort and joy to your life. Join us at The Knitting Tree, LA for a unique crafting experience that will teach you the art of making an emotional support chicken.

(75) All levels 18 and older
$65

3 sessions

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Intro to Knitting

Discovery Center @ 4318 N Elston Ave, Chicago, IL

Experience the joy and satisfaction of learning a new skill with our Intro to Knitting course at the Discovery Center. This beginner-friendly class offers hands-on learning, visual aids, and personalized assistance to help you master the art of knitting. Walk away with a finished project and a newfound passion for this timeless craft.

(279) Beginner 16 and older

Crocheting

The Paintbrush @ 2446 N Clark St, Chicago, IL

Discover the art of crafting intricate textiles at The Paintbrush. Explore the fundamentals of crocheting in a welcoming environment, where each session promises the satisfaction of creating beautiful projects from start to finish. Join us and unleash your creativity through the rhythmic weaving of yarn.

(4) All levels 7 - 12 years old

Knitting with Two Colors: Fair Isle and Intarsia

Evanston Art Center @ 1717 Central St, Evanston, IL

Expand you knitting techniques! Learn three new ways of working with color in you designs.  Fair Isle incorporates two colors across one row, alternating the colors to form a pattern.  Intarsia uses blocks of color in a row, each block knit from its own ball.  Duplicate stitch adds small patches of new color when the knitted piece is finished.  All three techniques will be incorporated into a small drawstring bag.  ...

(83) Intermediate 18 and older
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Beginning Knitting (Ages 16+)

Evanston Art Center

Discover the warm and wooly world of hand knitting! Explore the basic tools (including straight needles, tools for circular knitting, measuring gauge) and techniques, such as casting on, knitting, purling, ribbing and blocking. Complete at least one winter accessory—a hat or a scarf (and possibly both) by the end of the course. Look at examples of knitting from around the world—both garments and fine art. Perfect for beginners or those who want...

(83) All levels 16 and older
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Knit and Crochet Studio

Evanston Art Center @ 1717 Central St, Evanston, IL

Bring your knit or crochet projects to this multi-level class to receive the help you need. Learn new techniques, get help reading directions, and learn how to customize a pattern to get the look you want. Total beginners to advanced students welcome, but must come in with yarn, needles, and project directions all ready to go. Visit your local yarn store for help in choosing a project. Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced

(83) Intermediate 18 and older
No upcoming schedules
$245

9 sessions

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Chunky Knit Blanket

Coastal Design Workshops LLC @ Live Virtual via Zoom

Learn the art of creating your own cozy and stylish blanket using a no-needles knitting process in this online class. With a DIY craft kit delivered to your door, you'll have all the materials you need to make a snuggly throw blanket. This workshop is perfect for beginners and will teach you everything you need to know to create the blanket of your dreams.

(4) All levels 13 and older

Chunky Knit a Square Pillow

Coastal Design Workshops LLC @ Live Virtual via Zoom

Learn how to make your own cozy chunky knit pillow from the comfort of your own home! In this online class, you'll use jumbo-sized yarn and your own hands to create a trendy and super-soft pillow. With a DIY craft kit delivered straight to your door, this is the perfect activity for anyone looking for a fun and easy craft idea.

(4) All levels 13 and older

Knitting for Beginners (Online)

92nd Street Y @ Live Interactive Online Classroom

Knitting provides a world of fabric-making options. Using the simplicity, contrast and harmony of the knit and purl stitches, we learn the basics of this time-honored tradition: how to get the stitches onto and off of the needles, and what happens in between. Basic increasing, decreasing, texture and pattern reading. Projects may include stitch sampler scarf or a one-of-a-kind cell-phone pouch For the Supply List, please CLICK HERE

(1068) Beginner 18 and older
No upcoming schedules
$290

6 sessions

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Virtual Workshop: Crochet a Cropped Granny Jacket

Brooklyn Craft Company @ Interactive virtual class

Learn to crochet a cropped granny square jacket! If you've mastered crochet basics and are looking to expand your skills and tackle larger projects, this virtual workshop is for you! In this five-part workshop, we'll work through the Cropped Granny Jacket by amazing UK-based designer Theodora Burrow of Theodora Goes Wild.  We'll cover: Yarn & hook information How to create granny squares and half granny squares How to seam together...

(559) All levels 18 and older
No upcoming schedules
$125

5 sessions

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Knitting

Ginger Lou

Let's relieve a lil stress, have fun and make a scarf! Learn a new skill and enjoy fellow creatives in this virtual knitting circle. All levels are welcome. No prior experience is necessary. We will be using three strands of yarn all at one time to speed up the process, add some artistic flair as well as softness so choose three colors/textures you enjoy together. Use a medium sized thickness of yarn. This online class will be provided via Zoom...

(76) All levels 15 and older
No upcoming schedules

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Block of the Month Club

Auntie Zaza's Fiber Works @ 104 Main St, Boston, MA

Enjoy learning to read patterns and practice knitting techniques as we follow along Michelle Hunter’s Building Blocks curriculum.  Purchase supplies and book at Auntie’s.   Bring your own needles if you have them.  Makae individual squares or sew them togehter to form a blanket or scarf. 

All levels 18 and older
No upcoming schedules
$75

3 sessions

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Introduction to Double-Knitting, section 2

WEBS - America's Yarn Store @ 75 Service Center Rd, Northampton, MA

This class is intended for those who have never knit before. First-time knitters will learn a variety of basic techniques: the long-tail cast-on, knit and purl stitches, and binding off. The most important topic covered is gauge: what it is and how to make a gauge swatch. Other topics covered include yarn weights and corresponding needle sizes, the importance of reading and understanding the ball band, and fixing mistakes. You'll receive a skein...

Beginner 18 and older
$70

6 sessions

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A Trio of Intermediate Techniques

WEBS - America's Yarn Store @ 75 Service Center Rd, Northampton, MA

Learn to knit a picot hem, a Latvian braid, and use mosaic (slip stitch) colorwork, which uses only one color at a time, while ending up with a gorgeous cowl to keep you (or a special someone) warm this winter! Prerequisite: Knitting II or equivalent Materials Required: The Bridewell Cowl pattern (Required, 15% discount) Yarn: Worsted or aran weight yarn 265 (340, 530, 680) yards total, divided as follows: 165(190, 330, 380) Main Color and...

Intermediate 18 and older

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Sewing Knits 101

The Little Sewing Room

This class is all about sewing knits. You will learn to identify knit types and stretch ratios and cutting knits for optimal stretch benefits.  Cutting and attaching rib to necklines in a variety of ways, t-shirt construction, attaching elastic for leggings, alternates to coverstitching hems, will be covered.  Use of the overlock (serger) will be covered.  Sessions are project oriented with finished wearable garments in the end.  ...

(6) Beginner 18 and older
No upcoming schedules

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Knitting Projects: Beyond Square

The Art League @ 105 North Union St, Alexandria, VA

This class is designed for those who are beyond scarves and are ready to knit that project that she/he has been afraid to undertake alone. Participants are guided through intermediate knitter growing pains while learning to read a pattern, fix mistakes, and figure out gauge and sizing.

Intermediate 18 and older
No upcoming schedules
$105
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Reviews for Knitting Classes

Knitting Classes are rated 4.5 stars based on 2,658 verified reviews from actual CourseHorse.com purchasers.

  • Knitting 101

    Anonymous review on 4/9/2024
    It was excellent the teacher was great
  • Advanced Beginner Skill Building Knitting

    Reviewed by Rita H. on 3/4/2024
    Great community of knitters learning alot
  • Chunky Knit Blanket

    Anonymous review on 2/12/2024
    interesting, fun and Cara was patient and knowledgeable.
  • Knitting 101

    Reviewed by Sara S. on 5/8/2023
    This class was really nice. The instructor was hands-on and had really high energy. I didn't realize I had to buy materials, so just plan to purchase materials in addition to the cost of the class!
  • Knitting 101

    Reviewed by Katherine D. on 3/31/2023
    Exactly what I was looking for! A great class to learn knitting basics. The instructor was so helpful and patient. I’d definitely recommend it to anyone looking to learn how to knit, it’s much easier than trying to learn online.
  • Intro to Knitting

    Reviewed by Victoria H. on 3/28/2022
    Instruction was great, loved the hands on technique, and was right on pace with my learning. I was knitting in no time, even went home and knitted for another few hours.
  • Knitting

    Reviewed by Lynette S. on 3/9/2021
    Ginger Lou was very patient with us newbies! We learned a knitting scarf technique using size 17 needles and 3 strands of yarn. The two hours went by quickly & I have a new fun hobby to enjoy.
  • Knitting

    Reviewed by Alicia H. on 2/8/2021
    This class was awesome! Very informative and Ginger (the instructor) is wonderful!!
  • Knitting

    Anonymous review on 1/12/2021
    Really enjoyed this knitting class, instructor made it very easy to understand. I would recommend her class.
  • Knitting

    Reviewed by Lynn G. on 10/5/2020
    Ginger Lou is endlessly patient and very clear.

Discover the Best Knitting Classes Near Me

Knitting is a process by which a series of loops of yarn are continuously interlinked or knotted together to create a finished product. It is believed to be one of the oldest methods of making clothes, with some knitted artifacts from ancient Egypt dating back to the 5th century CE. Knitting is a unique craft because it is accessible, requiring only needles and yarn to get started, and it also allows people to create something functional, such as a sweater, a scarf, or any number of other items. Whether you are interested in flat knitting or circular knitting methods, it is a great way for people of all ages to flex their creative muscles.

Why You Should Learn Knitting

Picking up knitting as a skill can be beneficial in a number of different ways. For example, knitting could be a fun hobby that helps to relieve the stress of daily life, or gives you something to do with your hands during your free time. It might feel good to be able to make something tangible, including an end product that you could gift to a friend or family member.

When you start learning knitting as a hobby, you will also discover that you can join a larger community of people who are all interested in the craft. Once you have nailed down the basics of knitting, it is easy to research local knitting clubs, groups, events, or organizations that will allow you to meet others that like knitting too. This makes knitting not just a fulfilling hobby, but a way to get out and be social.

Lastly, knitting doesn’t have to be just a hobby. This is a valuable skill that may open up career opportunities. Starting a side hustle selling your knitted creations online or in-person at craft fairs could allow you to earn some extra cash. You could even start a part-time business repairing and mending certain types of clothing.

5 Ways to Learn Knitting

Learning how to knit might seem overwhelming at first, but it does not have to be difficult and you do not have to do it on your own. Figuring out the specifics of how to loop yarn together can be tedious, even with a pattern to follow, and many new knitters get discouraged when they ruin their first purl. This makes in-person knitting classes the ideal option, not only because they allow you to see a demonstration in greater detail, but because you’re able to feel the end result with your hands and gain a greater understanding of how it was made. An in-person knitting class also allows your instructor to see your work in the same way, and they can offer you real-time feedback and advice about your project as you go. 

Live online knitting classes are also a great way to learn knitting. They are accessible to almost anyone, which is good because not everyone has an in-person class that is close to them. And despite taking place online, they feature a live instructor who can answer your questions and give you feedback in real-time. While they will not be able to touch and feel your project and you will not be able to do the same to theirs, it is the next best option to learning knitting in person simply because you get to enjoy the real-time feedback that you cannot find with any of the other methods of learning knitting. 

Self-paced or on-demand classes, such as those found on YouTube, can also be a good option especially if you do not want to invest money in knitting right away beyond purchasing needles and some yarn. These self-paced or on-demand classes allow you to learn as quickly or as slowly as you want, and you can utilize them around your schedule rather than having to attend a class on a certain day, at a certain time. Many people who have full-time jobs or children find self-paced or on-demand classes to be helpful for this reason.

Learning knitting from someone you know who knits, like a relative or friend, may be a good idea. This is largely dependent on your schedule as well as the schedule of the other person, and whether the way that they knit aligns with how you want to learn. Since there are so many different ways to knit, the method that your friend or loved one knows may not match up with what you were expecting to learn. That being said, this can be an excellent way to learn while also allowing you to spend time in the company of someone you are close to.

You could attend a knitting group as a beginner, but go into it knowing that many people in knitting groups are looking for socialization, not to teach someone else. Knitting groups can be a good place to observe the techniques of others, or even get new ideas for projects, but they are not necessarily the best place to learn knitting when you are just starting out, unless the group specifically states that they welcome beginners.

In-Person Knitting Classes

If you want to learn knitting and you are in New York City, CourseHorse can help you book in-person classes at Brooklyn Craft Company, located in the borough of the same name. Knitting 101 is a beginner level course that is perfect for any aspiring knitters, or those who have knitted before but have not picked up their needles in a while. The class covers the basics of turning yarn into fabric, all with a pair of needles, some yarn, and basic knowledge. Another knitting class offered at Brooklyn Craft Company is Knit a Striped Summer Top, which is an intermediate level course that instructs learners how to take their knitting beyond scarves and sweaters. Instead, in this class you will make a sleeveless tank top or vest entirely from cotton yarn. At Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan on the Upper West Side, Basics of Knitting is another great option for beginners who want to learn knitting. In this class you will learn casting on, binding off, and simple stitches that can allow you to make a variety of projects with all supplies included.

If you’re in the Los Angeles area, CourseHorse can connect you to in-person classes at The Knitting Tree in the neighborhood of Inglewood. Beginner Knitting Thursdays is a four-part course that guides learners through three projects total: a scarf, a hat, and a shawl. Skills that are taught include how to cast on, how to form knit and purl stitches, and how to read a pattern. The same class is also available as Beginning Knitting Mondays, Beginning Knitting Thursdays, Beginning Knitting Wednesdays, and Beginning Knitting Fridays if you cannot attend the weekend class. Knitting is a class for beginners held at Los Angeles City College that welcomes all genders to learn to knit. You will be introduced to needle and string types, stitching patterns, and more.

For those close to the Chicago area, there is an Intro to Knitting class for beginners available at the Irving Park Discovery Center. This course is designed for absolute beginners at knitting and pairs proper knitting terminology with hands-on learning and visual aids. If you enjoy the first class, you can return to the Discovery Center for Intro to Knitting II, which is a continuation designed for students that know how to create a slip knot, cast on, and work a knit stitch. Beginning Knitting is another beginner level class, offered at Knit Nirvana in the neighborhood of Forest Park. If you have always wanted to learn knitting, this class will teach you how to cast on, knit, purl, bind off, and pick up dropped stitches.

In the area, the McLean Community Center offers a course called The Knitting Circle. This five session course is designed for participation from all skill levels, with beginners learning the basics while experienced knitters can learn new skills. You can either bring your own supplies or purchase a beginner’s knitting kit to help you get started. Meanwhile, The Art League in Alexandria hosts a class called Knitting Projects: Beyond Square, which is ideal for intermediate knitters who have a more advanced project in mind. This course teaches knitters how to read a pattern, fix mistakes, and figure out gauge and sizing issues. Herringbone Cowl is a class offered at Finch Knitting + Sewing Studio in Leesburg that teaches you how to make a cowl using a herringbone stitch, which you can then finish off at home.

In Charlotte, Beginner Knit Class at Charlotte Yarn in Dilworth is an ideal place to learn the foundational knitting skills. This class teaches you the basics of knitting, with the first project being a dishcloth. You will need to purchase your own supplies, but a list of the required items is provided. If you are an advanced knitter, there is another class at Charlotte Yarn in Dilworth called Stone Point. This is a project based class that requires previous knitting knowledge, such as the ability to knit and purl comfortably and an understanding of basic knitting terminology. And for advanced knitters, there is Brioche Cowl, a class that teaches a knitting technique that creates a richly textured double-sided fabric for your reversible cowl.

Around the Atlanta area, the Beginning Knitting class at Sugarfoot Yarns in Peachtree City provides students with an introduction to the world of knitting. This class is designed for those who have never knitted before, or perhaps have not knitted in a while and need a refresher. You can also check out Knit Beginner 1: Cowl or Braided Headwarmer at Michaels Atlanta in Buckhead. This beginner class will teach you how to cast on, knit stitch, cast off, and read a pattern, among other skills. Materials must be purchased prior to the class, but there is a list of what is required. Three Ways to Cast on & Bind Off is offered at Sugarfoot Yarns in Peachtree City, and helps knitters of any experience level learn three different techniques for finishing the edges of their projects.

In the Boston area, head over to Auntie Zaza’s Fiber Works in the Easton neighborhood for an all-levels Knitting class that offers an array of diverse patterns. You can learn beaded knitting, improve your finishing work, or develop knowledge and skill in other techniques. At the Braintree Community Arts Center, you can take Beginner Knitting, a class that will teach you the continental knitting technique, long tail cast on, and basic stitches. As you progress, you will learn additional skills that will aid you on your knitting journey. How Do I Fix This? is a class offered for all levels at Newbury Downs in Boston’s downtown. In this course you will learn a variety of techniques that can be used to fix common mistakes and knitting hang-ups that may be stalling your project.

If you’re near San Diego, check out Basic Succulent Knitting at Mint Studio in the Carmel Valley neighborhood. This class covers the basics of knitting, from how to hold needles to casting on stitches and garter stitches. The end product is a knitted succulent that you can use to decorate your home. Also at Mint Studio is Angora Scarf: Basic Knitting, a class that teaches you a knit and purl stitch plus a simple bind-off in a two-hour session. Learn to Knit Class & Beginner’s Knit is a basic class in which you will learn about knitting materials, stitch gauges, how to cast on, knit and purl, and how to bind off. Once the three-hour session is complete, you leave with a scarf pattern and the knowledge to construct two different knitting stitches.

Virtual Knitting Classes 

Taking an online knitting class might seem daunting at first, but like in-person classes, they have their pros and cons. One good thing about taking a virtual knitting class is that you can attend it from anywhere. That means you can work on your knitting project in the comfort of your own home, at the beach, or even in a coffee shop. You also do not have to commute to a classroom, which saves both money and time. The biggest con about taking an online knitting class is that you generally have to supply your own materials and equipment.

If you are interested in online knitting classes, CourseHorse has options that will work for you. For example, Knitting is a class that takes place via Zoom and will teach you how to make a scarf with no prior experience, though all skill levels are welcome. Beginning Knitting is a three session course where you will learn the basics of knitting, including casting on, knitting, and binding off. The projects you will make in this course include an infinity scarf and a hat. And Knitting for Beginners (Online) is a beginner-friendly course that will teach you the basics of knitting in a virtual environment over the course of six sessions. Basic Cables is a virtual knitting class that will teach you the basics of how to knit a cable stitch, as well as showing you how to make a fashionable scarf or neck warmer. Knitting Stitch Exploration is a virtual five session class that explores the various types of stitches that you can learn in knitting. These stitches include but are not limited to knit/purl patterns, cables, lace, slip-stitch colorwork, and how to incorporate beads into your knitted fabrics. You will also learn how to combine these various types of knitting into several projects, including scarves, shawls, and blankets.

Private Group Knitting Classes

Do you want to schedule a knitting class as a fun team-building event for your business or organization? CourseHorse offers live knitting classes for private groups that you and your colleagues can enjoy together. If you do not see a knitting class listed publicly right now, it is something that CourseHorse can provide for a group. Reach out through the contact form on their website to learn about the options that are available to you.

There are a variety of benefits when you book your next group knitting activity with CourseHorse. Your group size can be changed after booking if necessary, a confirmation is sent within 24 hours, and there are no additional booking fees. They also support multiple platforms, so you can join in on the fun of a group knitting class from just about anywhere.

What Will I Need to Learn Knitting?

To learn the basics of knitting, you will need a variety of materials. Knitting needles, yarn, scissors, stitch markers, stitch holders, and a measuring tape are all helpful items to have when you start learning to knit. If you take a knitting class, these materials are usually provided, but if not then the instructor will provide you with a list of what to buy.

Is it Difficult to Learn Knitting?

Learning knitting is not necessarily difficult, but learning to be great at knitting requires a lot of hard work. While you may face some unique challenges and experiences in your knitting journey, knitting is a craft that is ultimately accessible to everyone. The biggest thing to remember when you are learning knitting is that you need to be devoted to the craft in order to succeed at it. 

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