WELCOME TO KNITTING FOR ALL
in partnership with Rowan
Knit, meet, create.
We offer a range of award winning knitting and crafting classes, events and get-togethers for all ages. Using natural fibres and wooden needles, our professional teachers will have you knitting in no time! Choose from one of our many knitting and crafting classes and meet like-minded, creative people who enjoy a good yarn!
Our award winning knitting programme for children offers exciting and imaginative knitting classes for boys and girls aged 5 – 11 Click here to find out more
If you love making and personalising your own gear to go with your unique style, then YKP has been created just for you. Bring your own project, get great new ideas and discover a whole new world of handmade crafts and skills. Click here to find out more.
Knit Night & Day
Our adult knitting meet ups mean you can learn to knit from scratch, improve your skills or discover new knitting project ideas and materials. Click here to find out more.
|Teach Kids How to Knit with our easy course and step-by-step instructions!|
|Now’s the perfect time for kids to learn to knit. School’s out and they’re confined to home, so a creative outlet is just what they need. Knitting helps kids learn maths, spacial awareness and mindfulness, and boosts their creativity and confidence, all while working at their own pace.|
In the 5-part course they’ll learn:
How to cast on, knit, and cast off
Tips for success
How to make 3 quick, fun projects
We’ve included a simple striped cowl for when they’ve mastered the basics
All your child needs is a ball of wool and some needles (we recommend Rowan Big Wool and a pair of size 10:00mm/US15), a tapestry needle, craft scissors and basic crafting supplies. Support your local yarn store if you don’t have what you need, or easily order online.
We recommend the course for ages 7+.
Give your child the gift of a skill they’ll have for life, and teach them about the satisfaction that comes from making their own toys and clothes, and the joy of sharing their creations with others!
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Fiona Campell teaches Kids Knit classes in the Cramond and Blackhall areas of Edinburgh. Recently, one of her students showed her a presentation she had made about her Kids Knit classes to show her primary school class. Fiona was so impressed she thought you would...
Alison McKie is a former lawyer and now a Knitting For All teacher in Glasgow. As well as teaching children at her regular Kids Knit classes, she also helps a group of deafblind adults to knit. Deafblind Scotland is a charity that supports the needs of deafblind...
Tracey Van Loggerenberg teaches knitting classes for all ages in and around Inverurie, a pretty town in Aberdeenshire. With ancestral roots in Scotland, but having grown up in South Africa, she has an interesting story about how she became a knitting teacher. We...