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||Posted - 07/01/2007 : 1:48:25 PM
Does anyone did it? Is it worth it? What did you get out of it?
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||Posted - 01/03/2008 : 11:00:26 AM
Thanks for the tip on the Master's Course, been thinking about it...
||Posted - 01/01/2008 : 7:23:48 PM
I became a Master Knitter about ten years ago. I did the Canadian program. It was a fabulous experience and I recommend it to everyone who loves to learn. You will learn many techniques that you may not try otherwise. And depending on how your particular program is set up, you may learn a lot about design.
||Posted - 07/05/2007 : 10:20:59 PM
I've been thinking about it, but just as a way to "force" myself to be a better knitter. I guess it's only as good as what you want out of it.
Check out the Knitting Wounded Tent: http://knittingwounded.blogspot.com
||Posted - 07/05/2007 : 11:42:10 AM
I'm still in the process of doing Level 1. I've learned a little bit. I really want to do levels 2 and 3, but I need to get through Level 1 first.
Here's a forum that might help you out: