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Beginners Knitting Course 2: The Hat, 29th Mar, 5th Apr 2020

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    • Sunday 29th Mar 2020: 12:30pm - 2:30pm
      Sunday 5th Apr 2020: 12:30pm - 2:30pm

      This 2 session course of knitting classes is a perfect follow on from Beginners Knitting Course 1, or for those of you with some basic knowledge and a yearning to know more!

      Our lovely instructor, Ingrid will teach you:

      • Stretchy Cast On

      • Rib

      • Knitting in the round on circular needles

      • Increasing

      • Decreasing

      • How to read a Knitting Pattern

      • Make a Pom Pom if time permits


      By the end of the 2 sessions you will have knit a lovely woolly hat!

    • Class Duration:
      2 hours per class, 12:30m - 2:30pm, 2 consecutive weeks. We encourage you to come to the shop on a day prior to class to choose your yarn so we can have it wound up and ready for you.

      Prior Experience:
      None!

      Class Materials: 
      You will require 4.5mm - 5mm circular needles and around 100g of Worsted Weight Yarn. We encourage you to choose from our large selection on the day of the class or beforehand.

      Other:
      We are sorry but we cannot offer refunds on classes if you are unable to attend for whatever reason, unless we are able to refill your spot.

      The class will take place upstairs with access via a spiral staircase.

      Out of respect for your fellow participants, PLEASE DON'T BE LATE.

    • About Ingrid:

      Ingrid Curl is associate editor and chief sub-editor of Times Higher Education. She joined the magazine in February 2008. After graduating in psychology from University College London, Ingrid did a year’s postgraduate study at the Institute of Psychiatry before moving into a career in journalism.

      Ingrid has been a knitter for over 30 years and loves passing on her knowledge to new knitters! She has taught knitting in schools and for Duke of Edinburgh students, and feels that craft and working with your hands offers an important pause from the fast-paced world we live in.

      She is seriously considering using Trello to manage her wips*!

      *wip - work-in-progess

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