I love teaching, and I love speaking. I’ve done both for classes up to 45 students, and lectures well into the hundreds. My in-person events are about making personal connections, learning, and (most importantly) having fun. I hope to see you at one of them.

If you’re not able to join me in person, I run two types of classes online.

The first is “make, wear, love: the sweater”. It’s a special online offering focused on helping you make a truly phenomenal sweater for yourself. Through six weekly or bi-weekly (ish) one-hour live class sessions plus individual one-on-one instruction, I guide you through your sweater knitting process from measurements to swatching to finishing and beyond. More than a simple webinar, this class lets you take a live, interactive class with me, online. The multi-session format gives you the time and flexibility to let me guide you through a sweater in real-time, answering whatever questions you have along the way, without trying to cram everything into a short session ahead of time. I’m running two sessions of this class beginning the weeks of September 22 and October 5. For more information and to sign up, please click here.

The second way to join me online is through my popular “Knit to Flatter” course on Craftsy. (You can sign up here for a 50% discount!) Craftsy classes are not live, but they offer a great way to take the Knit to Flatter course on your own schedule, at your own pace. They also allow you to watch the class over and over again.

Learn a little more about the class from this short video:

If you are able to join me in person, I can’t wait to meet you! Here’s where I’ll be in 2014:

  • September 20: I’ll be returning once more to teach at WEBS
  • September 26-28: The second annual make, wear, love retreat!
  • October 17-19: New York Sheep & Wool festival
  • October 24 – 26: Vogue Knitting Live Chicago
  • November 6 – 9: The Knitters Review Retreat, Finger lakes region, NY
  • November 15: Boston Metro West Knitting Guild

Want to know more about my classes and what they entail? Click here!