Creative Knitting Workshops in Collaboration with The Refectory Table I’m excited to be teaching two creative knitting workshops at The Refectory Table in Loughborough. Saturday 25 February 2017: Colour, a Creative Knitting Workshop. Saturday 24 June 2017: Flora, a Creative Knitting Workshop. The Refectory Table is run by Janet Currie, a creative consultant, avid gardener, maker and project […]
Hand knit workshops, classes and short courses taught by Nicki Merrall from Being Knitterly.
Learn to Knit Cables – Cool Cables Who wants to learn to knit cables? The last course that I’ll be teaching before the summer is Cool Cables. This is an intermediate class, which means that if you can cast-on, work in stocking stitch and rib, and cast-off, then you’re good to go! Each class in this course has a theme, […]
All Creatures Great and Woollen Woollen Workshops I spent the last two Sundays at Rushcliffe Country Park running free drop-in workshops as part of Woollen Woods 2015. French knitting proved popular with the young and not so young! The young thought it was similar to loom banding while the not so young reminisced about using cotton […]
If You Go Down to the Woollen Woods … If you go down to the woods at Rushcliffe Country Park between 15 – 24 May you won’t see teddy bears, unless you take one with you. However, in the wooded sensory garden, you will see knitted, crocheted or felted woodland themed woollen artworks in support […]
A New Show for Me! There are so many yarn, fibre and textile festivals in Britain, it would be impossible to go to all of them. Yesterday I went to the Spring Knitting and Stitching Show at Olympia, London. Although I’ve been to Knitting and Stitching Shows at Alexandra Palace a few times and Harrogate many […]
In September and October you can learn (or improve) crochet or hand knit with me at two new venues. Knittiquip The first is Knittiquip which is at Breedon Priory, Breedon on the Hill – Breedon is one of those curious places in England which is in one county (Leicestershire), but has a post code for […]
Last weekend I went to Abergavenny to teach some workshops at The Wool Croft. The Fantastic Fair Isle workshop took place on Saturday and Sunday. On the Saturday we worked in the exhibition space above The Art Shop; a beautiful 16th century building with original wood and limestone floors, and Victorian shop fittings. Our intrepid knitters […]