Are you a brand new knitter? Become your own knitting hero by learning the skills you need to knit your first cardigan your way. Just choose your colour!
Find everything you need in this online starter class, Zero to Knit. This power-packed workshop series takes you by the hand from utter knitting newbie right the way through to completing your first (mini) cardigan. Conquer knitting basics as you learn the lingo and technical know-how of everything from wool, yarn and the anatomy of a stitch. Develop your unique eye and keen set of skills that will leave you with all the skills you need to tackle your next knitting adventure.
Don't have the time?
Don't worry, we developed this course to be consumed in whatever stolen moments you can find. We fully believe that you can learn to knit with whatever time you have available to you. Each bite size course (35 in total) is downloadable and you can play it back as many times as you need.
Hit a roadblock?
The course platform allows you to contact the course leader directly with your knitty queries, so don't worry about being left behind!
Your Zero to Knit Kit will include the following:
- An access code for the Zero to Knit course budle by Carol Feller
- 2 skeins of wool to complete the projects from the course (2 different wool type options, see below)
- 5.0mm circular needle (80cm)
- Darning needle
- 8 stitch markers
You have a choice of 2 different types of wool for your kit...
Super Sheep Aran from Ginger's Hand Dyed is a super lofty, bouncy and cuddle-worthy Aran weight friend hand dyed by the owner herself. This wool is made from 100% British Bluefaced Leicester has a lovely bounce and is oh so soft. Hand dyed in Edinburgh, Scotland. Care: This yarn is machine washable on cool. Although I always recommend that you hand wash hand dyed yarns. Some shades may bleed, so add a splash of vinegar to the bath. Lay flat to dry.
- The Croft from West Yorkshire Spinners is a beautiful Aran weight yarn produced from 100% Shetland Island wool. Shetland fibre is celebrated for its fineness, warmth and strength. The wool is sourced directly from Jamieson & Smith of Shetland. Care: Machine wash on 30° and lay flat to dry
'Loved this collaborative course. It was so clear, easy to follow and fun. It was great having all the different experts come together to give the course - their passion for knitting really came through. I've knitted before but there was a lot I didn't know. Just ten minutes here and there - I've really enjoyed the me time. Thank you all for putting together such a professional package. It is great value for money.'
Zero to Knit has been developed with IKnit7.