Exciting things are happening at Knitting For All!
We’re making some changes to the way we do things.
If you’re interested in training to become a Knitting Teacher, join our mailing list here, and you’ll be the first to know about our brand new training courses.
Sharing the joy and pleasure of knitting and crafting skills, enabling others to release their creativity is one of the most rewarding jobs around. With our training and support, this job could be yours! We will give you all the training, teaching methods and ideas you’ll need to run your business and knitting classes successfully.
More importantly we give you all the help and support you need to grow your classes and earn money from a rewarding job you’ll love and enjoy.
If you would like to be kept up to date with launch dates of training courses, please join our mailing list. Course will be available to book later in the year.
“I love watching people’s delight in creating something for themselves, that why I enjoy teaching. As a franchisee I enjoy the freedom to run my own business with the safety net of an established company.”
Sheena McDonald, Knitting For All: Musselburgh
“It’s such a privilege teaching kids to knit! The joy they get from the classes is so rewarding. I love that they are always really pleased to see me each week and that I get such a warm and smiley welcome too.”
Danielle Mathieu, Knitting For All: Tollcross, Stockbridge and The meadows
“I love teaching knitting – I especially like that moment where people’s newly learnt skill ‘clicks’ and they feel such a sense of achievement with what they’ve made. As a franchisee, Knitting For All provides me with the support, network and programme to deliver high quality knitting and crafting classes to both children and adults. It’s lovely to be able to teach textile crafts within the Knitting For All group and have the flexibility to fit it around my own family and home life.”
Maddie Harvey, Knitting For All: Corstorphine & Murrayfield
“Teaching crafts like knitting is very inspiring, it opens doors to so much creativity, for adults and children alike! It is a great way to pass on these useful, fun and creative skills which are part of our heritage, and it is so rewarding to see what anyone can achieve with a bit of knowledge, confidence, focus and imagination! “
Samira Hill, Knitting For All: Kelso, Melrose & Jedburgh
“I had been thinking of teaching knitting for some when I discovered the Knitting For All website, and read about the opportunity to be a franchisee. This seemed to combine both the chance to run my own business, and develop it the way I wanted, whilst also enabling me to incorporate other people’s tried and tested ideas,have the support of colleagues, and the availability of an existing website. It seemed like the best of both worlds!”
Alison McKie, Knitting For All: Kirkintilloch & Lenzie