I joined last fall and have completed their Basics class, am now working on the last lesson of Taming Tension, and plan to start their Master Hand Knitting class when I finish this one. I also really want to take their Tech Editing class.
Not a member, but considering it. If nothing else, I want to take a look through the articles they have available. I’ve been evaluating things people have posted about the master certification to see if I could work on the skills on my own without forking over the money (which I’d rather spend on fiber ).
I’ve been debating taking the class for years… I just don’t feel I’m good enough and really was never interested in designing or knowing a sweater… But maybe since I’m moving to CT where it get cold … I may change my mind
I used to be a member and have completed the Knitting Judge certification, and Levels 1&2 of the Master Knitter program. I had all of Level 3 done except for the sweater when life got in the way. Now I need to finish that, rejoin, get the updated instructions, and finish once and for all! I enjoyed it and really learned a lot.
I’ve been a member for years but only just bought the Basics class this past Spring. I haven’t gotten around to doing it yet but I have discovered that my tension is now rowing out a bit. Is the tension class worth it?
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