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Posted - 04/10/2011 : 5:55:45 PM
I love to attend knitting classes but most of the stores near me offer mostly beginner/intermediate classes when I'd really like to take classes on more advanced topics. I do sign up for classes whenever available but I'm also looking at other sources.
Hi, Minh. I don't have any recommendations but I looked at the two websites you recommended. I have to say that I was annoyed at the Stephanie Japel site... they ask a million questions before you can sign up and then they have to "approve" you. Whassup with that? It shouldn't be so hard to just look at the website. Am I missing something?
I hope others will post more class sources for you and for the rest of us as well. I hadn't even thought about online class - great idea.
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I tried to take Annie Modesitt's combo knitting class a while back and didn't finish it. Annie's delivery is a little wordy and dry for my taste and just didn't hold my interest. Her handouts were great, though.
"Do what you feel in your heart to be right - for you'll be criticized anyway. You'll be damned if you do, and damned if you don't." -Eleanor Roosevelt