Lefty 30-Day Growth Course
The skills you need to take your knitting to the next level
This 30-day course geared exclusively to left-handed knitters will provide you with the tools you need to tackle hundreds of projects with confidence.
How to choose or substitute yarn for any project.
Learn the differences in knitting needles and how to choose the right ones for the job.
Get the 411 on knitting tools and how to use them.
Learn a variety of stitches all based on knitting and purling for lefties.
Popular increasing and decreasing methods you'll find in most patterns.
How to fix knitting mistakes without ripping out your entire project.
Learn to easily identify knitting abbreviations, read patterns, and interpret charts for left-handed knitters.
How to work with circular needle and knit in-the-round with confidence.
Learn simple finishing and seaming techniques for a professional finished garment.
BONUS materials including embellishment techniques, free printables, and links to next step project ideas.
Become a Better Knitter with Every Stitch
Materials Needed for this Course
Before we begin...
Long Tail Cast On
How to Purl
Tips about Stockinette Stitch
Fixing Mistakes in a Row
Fixing Mistakes: Dropped Stitches
1x1 Rib Stitch
2x2 Rib Stitch
Examine Your Closet
Basket Weave Stitch
Neapolitan Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern
Yarn Weight Comparison Chart
Hank, Skein, or Ball?
How to Wind a Hank into a Ball
How to Buy Enough Yarn for a Project
What to Do if Yarn Skein Only Provides Metric Measurements?
Straight, Circular, and Double Pointed Needles
Circular vs. Interchangeable Needles
Knitting Needle Conversion Chart
What is Gauge and Why It's Important
How to Read a Pattern
Knit Front and Back Increase (kfb)
Easy Diagonal Shawl Knitting Pattern
Yarn Over Increase (yo)
Easy Triangle Shawl Knitting Pattern
Easy Decrease (k2tog/p2tog)
Diagonal Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern
Wavy Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern
Materials for this Chapter
Women's Hat Knitting Pattern
Casting On Circulars
Knitting in the Round
Circular Needle Stitch Marker Tip
Working on Double Pointed Needles
Weaving in Yarn Ends
How to Add Fringe
How to Make Pom Poms
Project Ideas to Knit Next
Before you go...
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Hi, I'm so glad to be part of your knitting journey! Over the past twenty years, I've taught thousands of people just like you to become knitters and help them improve their skills.
They've learned in my shop, my website, my books, and my YouTube channel. I know the pain-points that may keep you from moving forward in your knitting journey and can help you overcome them.
It's hard to know what materials to buy, where to begin, and how to get over the initial learning curve. You'll learn all of these things and much, much more!
Learning in a group setting can be stressful, especially if you are a visual learner. You may need to see a technique several times before it "clicks." There's no reason for discomfort or embarrassment. You'll learn at your own pace without any stress or pressure. And, I'll be there to guide you every step of the way.Happy knitting!
You have lifetime membership to any of the online courses you have purchased or been gifted.
All of our courses are perfect for gifting to friends and family! Click on the "gift this course" button so that you can give it as a gift to someone else.
Once you enroll in a course, you have instant access to all of the material. Go at your own pace or binge-watch it all at one time - it's up to you. Lessons are broken down into bite-sized chunks so you can learn and practice each step.
Each course is created as a skill builder to help you grow as a needle crafter. Click on the Course Curriculum to see what lessons are included in each course.
You will receive step-by-step video tutorials to visually guide you through each less. In addition, there are printables, expert tips, product links, and links to next step knitting ideas.
All courses include a discussion section in each lesson. If you are stuck on something, just ask! You will be answered by the instructor and/or another student in the community.
Share the joy of knitting with friends and family.