Courses

If you’ve always wanted to learn to knit but aren’t sure where to start, you’re a great candidate for one of Interweave’s online knitting courses. Our how to knit videos cover the entire needle working gamut. Start from scratch with knitting fundamentals or sharpen your skills with a workshop produced just for expert-level crafters. Our in-depth knitting courses are tailored to suit a wide range of knitting levels and desires. All you need to take one of our useful online knitting workshops is a willingness to learn and a desire to craft things that you’ll want to wear and share! Trust us, you won’t regret taking one of these courses for a spin.

New to knitting? We know just where to start! Check out one of our basic knitting courses, like Learn to Knit with Lauren Riker, where you’ll start with the most elementary knitting skills and build upon them with each step. This video knitting class covers types of yarn, essential tools and basic techniques. The best part? You’ll come away with the skills and knowledge you need to craft your very first knitted hat and glove set! Don’t forget to start with our crafting fundamentals course if you’re looking for a detailed introduction to grafting your knitting. All of the knitting world’s best teachers, designers and knitters make Interweave’s knitting courses engaging and easy to follow.

We also have intermediate and beginner knitting courses that teach you great techniques and skills required for knitting cables, lace and ribbing. Expert-level knitter? We didn’t forget about you. We have a wide variety of knitting courses for experienced crafters as well, including guides that help you professionally market your handcrafted goods for sale at festivals, fairs, retail and online markets. If you want to take your handicraft business to the next level, you’ll want to take our iCan Click course featuring Jason Mullett-Bowlsby, who will teach you how to take professional quality photographs of your work using just a smartphone or tablet!

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