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Knitting Classes

Have you ever wanted to learn to knit or learn a new knitting technique? Would you like to be able to make beautifully knit gifts for your friends and family? Come join one of Best Living Japan’s Knitting Classes. There are five knitting classes being offered from September – December 2018. The first class is for absolute beginners. In the following four classes you will make a winter-worthy hat.  Experienced knitters will be supported on a project of their choice.  Learn charted pattern reading, how to choose yarn and needles, and how to finish your projects so that they look professional.  Each week will also feature a new technique.  All Knitting Classes are 5,000 JPY + 8% JP consumption tax. Click here for discount voucher information. Best Living Japan offers cooking, lifestyle, and crafting classes every day. Click here for August-December 2018 courses.

2018 September-December Knitting Classes

Knitting Classes, Tokyo, Best Living JapanMON. September 10
1:00pm-3:30pm
Week 1: Knitting Basics: In this absolute beginner class, you will start with the basic knit stitch and make a colorful cotton dishcloth. You will learn to cast on, knit stitches,
and bind off, and you will learn the basics of how to read a charted knitting pattern.
2018 September-December Knitting Classes, Best Living Japan TokyoMON. October 1 1:00pm-3:30pmWeek 2:  Increasing and Decreasing — how to shape your knitting!

Those who sign up for all 4 classes after the Knitting Basics Class will receive the yarn and needles for the project as part of their tuition.  Those who sign up for single classes one-off will receive enough yarn to work on the week’s one-point lesson.

Notes: Bring knitting needles for the one-off lesson (any size between 4mm and 5mm will work).  There will be needles to borrow if you need some.

2018 September-December Knitting Classes, Best Living Japan TokyoMON. October 15 1:00pm-3:30pmWeek 3: Textured Knitting (patterning with knits and purls)

Those who sign up for all 4 classes will receive the yarn and needles for the project as part of their tuition.  Those who sign up for single classes one-off will receive enough yarn to work on the week’s one-point lesson.

Notes: Bring knitting needles for the one-off lesson (any size between 4mm and 5mm will work).  There will be needles to borrow if you need some.

Knitting Classes, Tokyo, Best Living Japan StudioMON. November 5 1:00pm-3:30pmWeek 4:  Professional Touches — the difference between the beginners and the masters

Those who sign up for all 4 classes will receive the yarn and needles for the project as part of their tuition.  Those who sign up for single classes one-off will receive enough yarn to work on the week’s one-point lesson.

Notes: Bring knitting needles for the one-off lesson (any size between 4mm and 5mm will work).  There will be needles to borrow if you need some.

Knitting Classes, Tokyo, Best Living Japan StudioMON. November 19 1:00pm-3:30pmWeek 5:  Knitting Cables — Twist this way and that!

Those who sign up for all 4 classes will receive the yarn and knitting needles for the project as part of their tuition.  Those who sign up for single classes one-off will receive enough yarn to work on the week’s one-point lesson.

Notes: Bring knitting needles for the one-off lesson (any size between 4mm and 5mm will work).  There will be needles to borrow if you need some.

Knitting Classes, Tokyo, Best Living Japan Studio

 

Ms. Kendra Morgenstern: is a longtime resident of Tokyo and is an avid knitter and quilter. She has been teaching others how to knit and quilt for over a decade, and enjoys creating patterns for her students. Her favorite things to knit are socks: “You get to keep trying new techniques and you always have warm feet!” She keeps track of her creative ideas and everything else using bullet journaling.

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