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Noncommercial, volunteer-run site full of information for handknitters formerly known as the Online Knitting Magazine, is the oldest collection of handknitting information on the Web.
Lettuce Knit provides knitting supplies and knitting lessons, both public classes and private sessions.
Prompt book services, friendly advice about your book choices and a few extra perks sent out with your order to let you know how much your patronage is appreciated.
Has selection of quality yarns from the basic to the extravagant and everything in between. Has online source for knitting yarns, bond machines, specialists, sweaters, and kingdom box gigurines.
Online knitwear boutique specializing in natural, pure and luxury designer yarns for hand knitting. Featuring products alpaca, angora, bamboo, camel, cashmere, and cotton. Also offering knitting accessories such as novelty yarns, books and magazines.
Non-profit association established to promote and support the many facets of knitwear design, at both the national and international level.
A mail order business selling a carefully selected range of knitting products over the internet.
Retail store specializing in yarn, patterns, and needles, and offers classes in hand knitting. Online catalog, store hours, and class schedule.
Would you like to learn to knit or crochet but prefer private lessons? I teach in Toronto, Ontario. See my web site for more information.
Our mission at Learn2Knit is to teach you, one stitch at a time, to create beautiful and useful hand-knit items. We are conveniently located in north Toronto. In my home or yours, you can learn to knit and purl in a few hours. Class sizes are small, and skills are broken down into manageable bits. We do parties too (adult) where we bring everything to you, including party favours! Personalized, patient instruction guarantees success.