We are so happy to announce that we are part of Knit Stars 2.0! Last year’s summit was so exciting (Hannah Fettig, Westknits, Julie Asselin and more!), and this year we’re excited to join in!
What is Knit Stars?
Knit Stars is an online summit, with instruction taught through video lessons. Each instructor (Michelle Wang, Nancy Marchant, Beata Jezek of Hedgehog Fibers, and Andrea Mowry of ‘Find your Fade’ fame just to name a few!) has put together videos to guide you through different knitting techniques, tips, and tricks! You’ll learn from designers, dyers, and instructors all about their specialities and get a peek inside their work spaces too.
I had the chance to get in front of the camera for a change, recording some of my knitting secrets to help you tackle your next project and keep your needles flying!
Enrolling in Knit Stars
Early Bird Enrollment for Knit Stars 2.0 is open (but only for 8 days)! It’s all online, with instruction from 10 amazing pros from all around the world – and you don’t need to leave your home. The Knit Stars 2.0 online summit is happening in October, and this is your chance to get in at a special earlybird rate and get access to the exclusive Knit Stars yarns. Click here for all the information and to enroll!
If you decide to join us, we’ll guide you in designing your own Fair Isle yoke sweater – we’re including two exciting new TCK patterns with your Knit Stars enrollment. Alexa shares tips on getting started, two-handed knitting, choosing a colour palette, and skipping the swatch by making a hat or cowl instead!
Plus, you can join in on the chat, support and inspiration of the Knitstars private Facebook group, ask us all your questions during the live Q&A sessions, and learn a TON of new skills from the 9 other Knit Stars. I personally can’t wait to learn more about brioche from Nancy Marchant, get an eye into Michelle Wang’s design genius, learn about flattering fit from Amy Herzog, and expand my lace skills with Laura Nelkin. There is so much to learn in this one exciting event!
A little hint from of what’s to come from TCK: