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Average Rating:
5 out of 5 (Reviewed by 56 customers.)

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November 16, 2016
Paula F
Very good instructor and good instructions. Am Trying and it's going slow but with more practice I know I will get there. Have always been a English style knitter.
November 16, 2016
Yvonne R
I really enjoyed this class, this teacher made a grey old day into to a sunny day with her happy teaching skills.
Brilliant teacher! Excellent class! Thank you.
November 16, 2016
Jeanette R
I have knitted for years, but I'm having a hard time to get the gist of the working wool in my left hand, until I can learn to hold the wool the correct way I think this could take me a while.
It looks easy when I watch, but I find It hard to do.hopefully I will pick it up.
November 15, 2016
Gloria H
My time as a knitter has not been very enjoyable, although I enjoy circular needles more than straight. I turned to crocheting and love it, even as a left-hander. I'm won several ribbons at our County Fair, including a Best of Division for my crocheted afghan this last summer (Aug 2016).

I purchased a book showing the Continental style of knitting. Having the class with Lena is so much better than the book. She is a very good instructor & is very encouraging. Her instructions are very clear and it is very easy to watch her. I'm looking forward to "practicing" with her and getting the hang of this type of knitting. The sweater is beautiful.

If you want to learn the Continental style of knitting, give this class a go. I think you will be happy.
November 10, 2016
Vicki G
Over the years I've crochet but have always desired to knit! I'm primarily self taught and have tinkered with knitting. Mostly of my knitting knowledge has been gleaned through YouTube video's. I have picked up the continental style, as it feels more comfortable to my crochet style. Yet I still haven't the actual 'working' know how. I hope to learn 'how to & why' adapt different needle sizes to projects. I desire is to learn the technique to be able to read patterns and create wearable projects. I've always wanted to create knit socks and exterior wearables. I'm also a hand spinner, and wants to utilize my own yarns with projects other than scarfs and hats. I have angora rabbit fiber, and access to Suri alpaca, I also purchase Merino, and BFL fibers. I look forward to knitting new project!!!
November 9, 2016
Laurel W
Thank you you are a very good teacher. I'm a self taught knitter of many years but never learned to hold needles properly and am painfully slow so hope I can retrain my hands without to much trouble.