If you’re a knitter, have you heard about Knit Stars? When Knit Stars was first started several years ago, I didn’t sign up. I felt it was too expensive but the more I thought about it, the more I convinced myself I should do it and I have loved it. Knit Stars 4 just finished and there was a discount to sign up for Knit Stars 5 and I was happy to sign up and am anxious for spring when they announce the teachers.
My justification for the price was that I’ll probably never go to a big knitting show or fiber show where I could take classes from teachers such as those who teach these classes and if I did, I’d spend a heck of a lot more money than the cost of these classes.
They are very high quality videos, they’re available to go back and watch over and over; there’s a private Facebook group; there are Q&A sessions.
It’s a very well produced resource and I highly recommend it if you’re a knitter and interested in learning more about different techniques, different yarns, the area where the yarn producing animals live and are cared for. I find it all very interesting!