Wednesday, 9 March 2016


Do you remember learning to knit or crochet?  Do you remember who taught you?  Whether it was a family member or at a yarn shop we are sure you well remember the thrill of learning something new and the excitement about all the things you would be able to make.
At KnitPro we know how important it is that the skills of knitting and crochet are kept alive and we are always keen to support the wonderful teachers out there. So we thought we would highlight some of the fantastic resources available on line to help you pass on your skills to others.

YouTube

The number of tutorials on YouTube can be a little overwhelming but there are some excellent tutorials that you can access very easily.

 One of the great ambassadors involved in the knitting revival is Debbie Stoller from Stitch ‘N Bitch fame.  Her video provides a great introduction to get you started. 



If you are looking for crochet hints and tips you might like to check out vlogger Bella Coco who has lots of tutorials from basic techniques to hints and tips

Magazines
Simply Crochet is one of our favourite magazines and they have a great archive of tutorials to guide you through a wide range of techniques.  Here's the link.
Let’s Knit is a very popular magazine in the UK and they also have an extensive archive of step-by-step tutorials you can access here

Websites

If you want to see KnitPros in action check out the AllKraftz website for both knitting and crochet help. 


Knittinghelp.com has lots of videos alongside free patterns to help you practise your newly acquired skills.  If you are looking for more advanced techniques we recommend Techknitting.com 

Crochetabout.com has great tutorials and free patterns which even help you with yarn recommendations and of course no post about crochet tutorials would be complete with out Attic24 where Lucy guides you through the techniques she uses in her free designs. 


If you are a yarn shop that teaches knitting and crocheting for beginners please do contact us to find out how we can help you knitproeu@gmail.com