• Knitting a Remembrance Poppy from Rosee Woodland
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    Knitting Classes with Rosee...

    Knitting a Remembrance Poppy from Rosee Woodland

    Knitting Classes with Rosee Woodland

    Rosee guides you through her pattern which is made up of small petals, large petals and a centre.
    She shows you how to increase to make the petal shape (this applies to both sizes). On the 5th row there are two different techniques. You will be knitting into the front and the back of the stitch a...

  • Classes with Sarah Hatton

    7 videos

    Sarah Hatton was born in St Albans and spent the early part of her life based in Hertfordshire. Taught to knit at the age of five, Sarah has always had a love of textiles and had a passion for dressing up. As a teenager she showed a flare for customising her own clothes and was always up to the m...

  • Classes with Janet Clare

    8 videos

    Janet enjoys quilting, dressmaking, knitting, painting, drawing, gardening, baking and reading. She likes to be creative every day and loves being in her studio with her thrifted and hand-me down treasures.

    With over 25 years as a textile designer and teacher, Janet regularly hosts talks and wor...

  • Classes with Jane Czaja

    25 videos

    Jane has worked with crochet, knitting and fabric since childhood, with crochet being her special passion. Currently, Jane works as a freelance technical editor for “Inside Crochet” magazine, where she checks patterns to make sure that they work.  She also contributes designs and patterns to the ...

  • Classes with Rosee Woodland

    27 videos

    Rosee is an expert in knit/crochet/sew pattern design, with a gift for helping knitters and crocheters get to grips with the basics. After cutting her teeth as editor of The Knitter and Knit Today magazines, Rosee decided it was time to fly solo! She enjoys passing on her love of all things wooll...

  • Classes with Daphne Morris

    10 videos

    Daphne's passion for knitting had her teaching her own classmates whilst at school, many of whom knit to this day.  At university Daphne helped several friends quit smoking by keeping their hands busy with knitting needles; there is always a good reason to knit in Daphne’s book. A career as a tea...

  • Extreme Knitting from Valerie Nesbitt

    In this little workshop Valerie uses up thin strips of fabric to create a knitted rug; if you know how to crochet then this is also an option.
    The trick is how to join the strips when they are so thin, and Valerie has a couple of suggestions
    If cotton fabrics are used the finished project is quit...

  • TASTER: Knitting Mattress Stitch with Fiona Goble

    This is a simple but useful sewing stitch. It is used in knitting and it allows the knitting to lay flat when joining two pieces on top of each other.

    Fiona shows us how easy this is with a contrast thread. Usually, she would choose a matching colour to the knitted project.

    In this project ...

  • TASTER: Knitting a Remembrance Poppy from Rosee Woodland

    FREE Tasters (Knitting)

    The workshop is supported by an instant download pattern, which is available in our Shop. Click Here. All proceeds from the sale of the pattern will go directly to the Royal British Legion (less costs)
    Rosee guide...

  • Moss Stitch with Rosee Woodland
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    How to Knit Series for Begi...

    Moss Stitch with Rosee Woodland

    How to Knit Series for Beginners with Rosee Woodland

    You can incorporate the moss stitch into any of your projects. And like this, you will add texture as it behaves very well, staying flat.
    For our subscribed viewers, with knitting skills, we have this delightful little project  –

    a Moss Hat designed by Sarah Hatton. The pattern is available as a...

  • TASTER: Extreme Knitting from Valerie Nesbitt

    In this little workshop Valerie uses up thin strips of fabric to create a knitted rug; if you know how to crochet then this is also an option.
    The trick is how to join the strips when they are so thin, and Valerie has a couple of suggestions
    If cotton fabrics are used the finished project is quit...

  • Slipping Stitches - Knitting with Rosee Woodland
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    How to Knit Series for Begi...

    Slipping Stitches - Knitting with Rosee Woodland

    How to Knit Series for Beginners with Rosee Woodland

    The slipped stitch at the beginning of the work, gives a really nice neat edge. In this video, Rosee shows us how to prepare the stitch at the end of the row, ready to do that on the return.
    Moreover, Slipping Stitches is the assumed method used in older patterns for neatened edges.

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  • Magic Loop Knitting with Sarah Hatton
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    Knitting Tips and Techniques

    Magic Loop Knitting with Sarah Hatton

    Knitting Tips and Techniques

    Sarah designed this little hat especially for Justands-on.tv. This method means you don’t have to sew up any seams: you can just keep knitting.

    Click here to learn more about Sarah Hatton.

  • Spit Splicing Knitting Tip from Rosee Woodland
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    Knitting Tips and Techniques

    Spit Splicing Knitting Tip from Rosee Woodland

    Knitting Tips and Techniques

    This tip helps you to avoid a bulky join in the middle of a row of knitting but only works with handwash yarns and Rosee has another tip when talking about extra thick yarns.
    Rosee is a little more hygienic in her workshop video for you and uses a glass of water – but you get the idea.

    ...

  • Rib 1x1 with Rosee Woodland
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    How to Knit Series for Begi...

    Rib 1x1 with Rosee Woodland

    How to Knit Series for Beginners with Rosee Woodland

    The rib stitch is a combination of knitting and purling. You can use it for creating a neat and slightly stretchy edge to your project or garment.
    Rosee guides you through the ‘how to’ as well as giving you helpful tips on needle sizes for the rest of your project/garment.

  • Choosing Yarn with Rosee Woodland

    Five things you should think about when selecting or purchasing your yarn, and note that this isn't just wool!

    1. The weight of the yarn.

    2. The type of yarn.

    3. Consider the price.

    4. The knitability.

    5. Remember to purchase all the skeins from the same dye lot.

    If you already ...

  • A Chat with Philippa Naylor at The Festival of Quilts

    Out and About

    Born in Yorkshire, England, Philippa discovered a love of sewing and knitting as a child.  She progressed from making doll clothes to full-sized garments for herself and her family with a second-hand sewing machine she received for her thirteenth birthday.

    After training to be a clothes design...

  • Knitted Cable Block with Daphne Morris
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    Knitted Sampler Throw Serie...

    Knitted Cable Block with Daphne Morris

    Knitted Sampler Throw Series with Daphne Morris

    Block 3 of the sampler series. Daphne Morris continues with her completely reversible throw. Demonstrating the 2 cable blocks required for the throw.

    She reminds us of the importance of starting and finishing the block with 2 rows of garter stitch and

  • Knitted Diamond Block with Daphne Morris

    Block 2 of the sampler series. Daphne Morris continues with her completely reversible throw. Demonstrating how a simple diamond pattern can be formed by moving knit and purl stitches in this stocking stitched block.

    She explains how using a chunky needle enables the work to grow quickly. Begin...

  • Knitted Brick Block with Daphne Morris
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    Knitted Sampler Throw Serie...

    Knitted Brick Block with Daphne Morris

    Knitted Sampler Throw Series with Daphne Morris

    Block 1 of the sampler series. Daphne Morris continues with her completely reversible throw.  Demonstrating this simple block using a combination of knit and purl stitches to produce a regular brick pattern.

    She covers a variety of tips and techniques that will give a great start to your knitt...