Come and learn new knitting skills in my friendly workshops, where you’ll find no judgement and lots of tea. Take a look at my latest Bristol-based knitting workshops below, and if there’s a knitting technique that you want to learn that I’m not covering, give me a shout.
All my in-person knitting workshops take place at lovely independent Bristol knitting shop No Frills Knitting at 15 Cannon Street in Bedminster. It’s close to the city centre, has a load of buses that stop nearby, and is near the Diamon Street car park.
Oh, and if you want to buy a workshop spot for someone but aren’t sure which one’s for them, then you can grab a handy gift voucher in my Payhip store.
Find my latest dates and knitting workshops on Yuup
Most of my Bristol knitting workshops are booked via Yuup, so if you want to see the latest dates and availability then head straight to my host page. I’ve got something for just about every level of knitting experience and skill – whether you’re looking for a complete beginners workshop, wanting to learn more advanced knitting skills like steeking (it’s cutting your knitting. Really) or just wanting some help knitting your first sweater.
If you want to have a quick scan through all my in-person Bristol knitting workshops rather than clicking through every one of them on Yuup, then their brief descriptions (and links to book) are below.
Absolute Beginners – learn to knit
Got absolutely no idea what the heck you’re doing when it comes to knitting? Not even sure how to get started? Then come to my absolute beginners workshop at the brand new No Frills Knitting shop in Bedminster, Bristol. We will, in the words of Maria von Trapp, start at the very beginning. I hear it’s a very good place to start.
Tickets are £40. Find out more about book your spot here.
(Not so) Absolute Beginners – next step knitting
If you’ve got the hang of the knitting basics – we’re talking stuff like the knit stitch, and casting on and off – and want to get stuck into some bigger projects, come along to this next step knitting workshop. We’ll be learning about things like increasing, decreasing, and all the things you need to start making hats – and even jumpers – to go with those simple scarves.
Learn to knit a jumper (aka Sweater School)
Want to knit yourself a lovely cosy jumper, but need a bit of support? Come along to this four session course, and knit yourself the jumper of your dreams.
You bring along your pattern, yarn, and needles, and in return you get tuition, tea, snacks, and a lovely welcoming environment. £90 per person. Grab your ticket now.
Learn to knit colourwork
If you want to learn to knit stranded colourwork, this is the course for you. Over three weeks we’ll learn everything needed to knit a classic Fair Isle hat. Which is also everything you need to know to knit something like a fancy colourwork jumper.
Yarn, needles, tea, and snacks all included, as always. Tickets are £85 – grab yours now.
Learn to knit toe up socks
Cosy toes season is coming, so learn how to knit yourself some extremely snuggly socks to wear inside your winter boots.
Over the course of two sessions, we’ll cover everything you need to knit some toe up socks. The first session focuses on the cast-on and working with magic loop, with the second all about turning the heel. Yarn, needles, pattern, refreshments, and a shedload of snacks are all included. Book you spot on Yuup now and get ready to have some very toasty toes.
Learn to knit chunky bed socks in two weeks
Knit yourself the cosiest socks in town with this two-part workshop. You’ll discover everything you need to know to knit a simple sock – with lots of time for questions and hands-on help inbetween. You’ll get to grips with stretchy cast-ons, knitting in the round, turning a heel, and using kitchener stitch to close a toe.
Knit a chunky Santa hat
Yep, we’re talking about Christmas already.
Come along to this festive workshop and you’ll be knitting up your own Santa hat in no time at all. And then you can spend the rest of December feeling really smug whenever anyone asks you where you got your hat from. Suitable for advanced beginners, and sure to have a banging Christmas playlist. Tickets are £45 – grab yours now.
Scared of steeking? You’re not alone.
In this two-parter we’ll be learning all about steeking, and creating our own steeked colourwork squares. And absolutely nobody will judge you if you let out a little yelp when you first take scissors to your knitting. Promise.
Tickets are £70 – grab yours on Yuup now.