with Marly Bird
When the weather turns cool, you'll be ready to warm your hands with help from Marly Bird. Her easy-going yet detailed instruction demystifies double-pointed needles and knitting in the round. Try her versatile 5-in-1 pattern to make simple mittens, gloves and fingerless gloves. Or kick it up a notch with other patterns, including lacy cuffs, elegant cables, cozy thrums or faux Fair Isle. As a bonus, learn double-stitching and how to make a lining.
Meet your instructor, Marly Bird, and learn about the Craftsy platform.
Learn the elements of handwear including how to measure hands and choose your yarn.
Get started on the 5-in-1 mitten adventure! Learn how to cast on, close a circle and knit the body of your mitten!
The 5-in-1 mitten adventure continues with fingerless mittens. Learn how to rib, bind-off and make a pair of convertible mitts.
Marly shows you how to knit finger by finger and how to finish fingerless gloves.
Learn to make a different kind of mitten with a lacy, flat-knit cuff. While learning this, also gain insight into the provisional cast-on technique and reading lace patterns!
Knit a gusset thumb and use short rows for a perfect fit.
Even if you've never cabled before, this lesson will make it easy and fun. Learn about cabling and creating the gusset thumb.
Introducing thrums! Learn to love little tufts of soft yarn make mittens super-cozy inside.
Afraid of fair isle knitting? Don't be! Fake it with color-changing yarn and other methods. Yarn with a long color change will make this mitten look like you worked a lot harder on it than you really did.
Learn an easy way to make a double-layered mitten.
It's easy to add stitched-on numbers, letters or other designs to your mittens or gloves using the included charts.
"WOW! This class is great. I have been knitting for a while and I get asked questions on how to do things all the time. Now I am going to tell everyone that this class takes you step by step. You go from the basic (casting on DPN), then move on to reading charts, doing cables, how to do Fair Isle and so much more. Best of all, you knit a new mitten or glove for each new technique. This should be a class that everyone takes. I learned something too. Great teacher."