Want to learn how to knit? Are you completely new to the craft or are you just looking to brush up on your foundational skills? You've come to the right place. Welcome to the Complete Beginners Guide to Knitting, Sheep Thrills Edition!
So how would you define a beginner? Sometimes it’s wandering aimlessly through piles of yarn, thousands of patterns, and wondering how to get started, but that adds on to the excitement of being able to become an expert at the craft. The good news is that each and every knitter was a beginner at one point, and this wealth of collective knowledge we will provide is now at your fingertips. The adventure of your first knitting project is pretty amazing and we are here to help you create your own stories through your hand-crafted goods.
Now, let’s get started on our Knitting 101 guide by discussing some of the essential tools and materials you will need to get the (yarn) ball rolling! The best part is- you can find all the items on the list at Sheep Thrills to collect all of the materials you need and more!
Once you’ve gathered all your tools, your knitting kit will serve you well for years to come and we are sure that you will rack up on many more items as your passion for knitting continues to grow. We know there are a lot of knitting tools and accessories on the market these days and the list for your perfect beginners kit can be hard to make to know which knitting supplies you really need and what can wait so we hope we were able to break down some of the important tools you will need in order to start off strong! We also offer classes if you want to have more hands-on learning. Masks must be worn by all participants! We hope this deep dive into knitting tools and notions helps! Stop procrastinating and learn to knit now!
Sheep Thrills Knitting in Lauderhill, FL
Want to learn more tips and tricks? If you’re a South Florida local, Sheep Thrills offers private lessons for knitting, crocheting, or weaving during open hours. Call us today at 954-742-1908 to schedule your private lesson. You can also visit our website to shop online for the materials you need and find more information about our safety guidelines for shopping in-store.