I supply materials for beginning knitters in order to help ensure good initial results. Having taught people of all ages and skill levels, I am able to alter my style of teaching to fit each student's way of learning. Intermediate students receive help with reading patterns, tips and tricks of the trade, troubleshooting, fixing mistakes, and more advanced techniques.
vI am a warm, friendly, and patient knitting instructor who will give you the motivation you need to keep at your work until you get it! I model, provide written instructions, step-by-step photos, and may even use video to help demonstrate techniques in a way the learner learns best.
As your instructor, my goal is to help you become successful and independent in the craft you pursue. I will be available between lessons (and after) should you need guidance, and will offer resources so that you may continue to grow your skills with confidence. Lessons are scheduled at your pace; an average of 1.5 hours each. All necessary materials for each lesson will be provided.
I love arts and crafts of all sorts and believe creativity is one of our greatest gifts. I have been loom knitting for several years and have over a dozen looms. I enjoy making scarves, afghans, wash clothes, purses and a variety of other items.
Learning to knit can be intimidating. I learned to knit over 15 years ago and still remember what it was like to hold the needles without a clue what to do! Or do you knit already but feel overwhelmed by some patterns or projects? Are you stuck on a project? If you want to learn to knit, or learn new techniques or need help advancing your knitting skills, please reach out.
Success is my goal. I address each individual personally. I specialize in teaching left as well as right handed people. We start with a small project. At the end of the project skills will be learned to move on to the next challenge.
I teach by showing and helping the student to follow along. I can also help the student choose the pattern they want to work on and help them decipher it and knit it up. An informal environment works the best.
I have a Geography degree from Portland State University with 20 + years of mapmaking and drawing, a Geology degree from PSU with 15 years of soils identification, rock and stratigraphic analysis. Knitting and Embroidery are my hobbies of 10+ years specializing in fitting. ESRI ARCGIS master and able to train and get you going to the end. Autocad and technical drafting. Map making and design.
I when to school and graduated and my mother in law tough me how to knitt and i have been doing it ever sence and i can do placted canvice my grandma tough me.
I base my tutoring with individuals or groups of students on their cognitive ability level, progress with academic achievement and other factors that may contribute to his or her learning curve, such as motivation, focusing and study skills, for example.
Every student learns differently, so it's important for the teacher to cover all forms of learning in each lesson. I do this by explaining the steps, showing the process, and repeat the steps with emphasized movements so that students can follow along.
I have over 30 yrs exp in tutoring and motivating all struggling learners in order to achieve better grades academically. My background is in business, education/academia, as well as areas inside the needle arts and art education throughout my community.
I prefer a very hands on approach with the SEA method, which is: Show Explain Attempt/Assist My goal is to try to hit every learning style so that everyone gets the chance to get the information in the way they learn best!
I assess individual skills and structure the pace of lessons to each person’s abilities and the techniques they wish to master. We’ll start with a few basic projects, and I’ll be able to answer questions along the way.
I have been knitting for years, for myself and for friends and family. I would be delighted to pass on this skill to others. Beginner knitters of any age would be ideal.
I have a preference for English knitting (aka "throwing") but I've also gained experience in Continental Knitting (aka "picking") as well. The lessons will be focused on basic skill development, but will also develop into longer-term project-based learning. Students are encouraged to bring their own interests and ambitions to the table.
I have been spool knitting since I was little. It is a fun way to keep your hands busy and actually get something out of your time and effort. If you have never done this before I can show you how to get started, or if you are a pro knitter we can just bounce ideas off each other.
I was taught by my mother how to knit and crochet when I was 7. I have been successfully teaching crochet and knitting for 25 years to students of all ages and abilities. Learn to: Crochet and/or Knit How to manage yarn tension Hand placement Terminology ReadinhPatterns Learninh to pick yarns Use needlework as an active meditation.
There are only two stitches in knitting--knit and purl. Everything else is just being fancy.* My job is to teach you those two stitches, and, if you're interested, how to cast on and bind off. I can do cables and lace too, of course, but that said, no one knows everything in any subject and knitting is no exception. Consider that your disclaimer.
I use show and tell with verbal directions and visual examples. I enjoy creating blankets and scarves to keep and give as gifts. Many children and adults have asked me to show them how to make something special. I as so excited about the growth of self confidence that follows my clients after a session with me each and every time.
Retired RN and Grandmother with decades of knitting experience offers in person (I live in Round Rock Texas outside of Austin) or video-chat knitting lessons. Beginner or Intermediate. Learn to correct mistakes, to produce an even tension, to knit with or without a patternand more.
I teach knitting. I make up my own patterns to knit. I also like to help grade school children with their math homework. I try to make it fun for children when helping with math. I start with the basics. I been knitting for over 30 years. I will teach knitting in groups.
I am a college graduate, who looked towards crafts. I am self-taught in knitting and crocheting through books and online help. I want to be able to help others learn the basics and move on from there at their pace to teach how to read patterns and new types of stitches to be able to create your own projects.
I like to teach based on how you learn best. Is it step by step? Is it demonstration first? Maybe its trial and error? I like to do what it takes to help you learn and even try new methods if one ins't working.
I prefer to teach the basics and then learn what my students are interested in. I find it to be much more successful to teach somebody how to work a pattern they have chosen than to have them practice on swatches.
I teach the way I was taught. First I'll teach you the basics, then customize your lessons according to what you want to create. I can teach you intricate patterns, constructing shapes, picking which type of yarn will hold it's shape or show off your pattern the best.
I am a holistic teacher of craft and have had years or experience creating by hand. I have a college degree in Psychology and English and so I understand people and how to explain steps clearly. These lessons will inspire and simplify.
Hello, I pass on my beautiful job of seamstress with the education, the pedagogy and the rigor necessary to those who want to learn for the first time, to improve, and preparation for exams. - To prepare his model, to choose are fabrics to cut, to heat, to iron, to build, to assemble, to try, to rectify, to adjust, to surjeter, to sew etc ...
I love to make things. Create, say to my friends "I made that". I'm picky and like things tailored to my body, my needs. I do not like consumerism or produce waste. I avoid disposable things. I Love REUSE. Professionally working with mathematical abstractions and then I feel a need to have a hobby "to make things", to "thinking with my hands.
We gather together for two hours, we drink tea, we weave, we tell anecdotes ... As before, when time was a gift. You bring your project, I help you to do it. Blankets, amigurumis, accessories, recycling ... A little of technique and then your creativity. Small groups.
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