Question by  blago (40)

Where can I go to find help with my knitting?


Answer by  Echo (229)

If you check any local yarn shops in your area you should be able to find a local knitting circle.


Answer by  sara99 (851)

Check out a senior citizen community center. They generally have classes or meetings of many crafts. Even if you are not a senior the older folk are generally willing to share knowledge of what is becoming a lost art. Libraries and the local school district might have occasional class.


Answer by  Az (343)

Look on YouTube for knitting videos, or do a Google search to locate blogs and websites devoted to knitting. Also, there are many books available online and at craft stores like Michael's or Hobby Lobby. Additionally, considering joining a local knitting group, or taking a knitting class at your local craft store.


Answer by  mookey7 (27)

A few of the places you can go to find help with knitting is the library aand the internet. These places will give a lot of info on knitting.


Answer by  jeremy46 (325)

The best, most affordable, and most enjoyable resource are more experienced knitters. Places where you buy your yarn and other knitting supplies should help you meet some. Also local nursing homes may have seasoned knitters who would happily lend a hand.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

There are many online websites that offer help and tips on knitting. You can find patterns and tutorials showing the different types of stiches and the latest and greatest supplies. Sometimes members of a community start knitting clubs in the area. Look to see if one is availbile near you and attend a few sessions. You may learn something.

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