YARN - Malvern Library Knitting Group

Hi Knitters and Wannabe Knitters

It's back!

Tuesday 6 June will be the first Knitting Group meet up for 2017.

This year I have a few new projects in store for those novice knitters. So if you mastered the moss stitch pom-pom book mark last year you might like to try something new.

Create these knitted rosettes to make brooches or decorate scarves.

Maybe take it up a notch and make your very own Bow scarf.

This winter learn to knit and have fun.

We will have some limited stocks of yarn and needles, but please feel free to bring your own yarn and needles.

Experienced knitters are more than welcome to share their knowledge and join the group.

Free classes are held at Malvern Library - High Street Malvern at 6.30pm every second Tuesday starting 6th June.

I look forward to seeing you next week.

Jane

 

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Hello friends of What Jane Knits,

I've been knitting a few scarves and beanies to sell lately as well as working on some new projects.

I start back at my Malvern Library knitting classes in a couple of weeks so I've been working on a really simple project for absolute beginner knitters. Last year we all worked on my Moss Stitch Pom Pom Book mark which looks fabulous, but I might make it straight garter stitch this year. Also I wanted to added a new project. If you live in the Melbourne South East area feel free to pop in. Classes start on June 6 at 6.30pm. Don't worry I'll give more details next week.

My other project is a knitting book for Kids. Once this is up and running I'll be asking for some underage volunteers to trial the patterns. So if you have any little ones who you think might like to learn to knit, let me know. Any feedback on this project would be great.

Finally I wanted to let you know that my kits and knitted things are also available on my ETSY store. Look out for my Pom Pom maker kits exclusive to my ETSY store.

Anyway enjoy your knitting and feel free to drop me a line if you are interested in beginner knitting for Children.

Happy knitting,

Jane