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Conducting a Knitting Class: Preparing and Presenting a Class that will Empower Your Students
webinar with Lorilee Beltman
Join Lorilee Beltman for this Downloadable webinar
Knitting instructors have the responsibility and pleasure of sharing their knowledge with a classroom of eager learners. It’s a happy place to be as long as the instructor is prepared and can convey techniques with patience and kindness. They want their students to have the best experience they can deliver.
Using her experiences as a yarn shop owner and a teacher at national events, Lorilee Beltman shares the tips she’s learned to conduct a successful class. She will be using one of her actual classes as an example and take you through the process—start to finish. She’ll be using real class descriptions, handouts, and photos of knitted samples, classroom set up (including her live camera teaching tool), and student work.
Since Sock Summit in 2009 Lorilee has been teaching at national events such as Interweave Knitting Lab, Stitches, and Vogue Knitting LIVE. For her a classroom of curious knitters is a most happy place. She has learned a lot, usually the hard way, and is eager to share.
This webinar will cover basics and beyond of Conducting a Knitting Class:
Who should attend this webinar:
Although the webinar focuses on knitting, techniques taught can be applied to a broad range of crafting topics.
About Lorilee Beltman:
This former yarn shop owner's experience providing answers for a steady stream of questioning knitters taught her the value of delivering an honest answer with kindness. Lorilee's continental knitting video has nearly a million views on Youtube. While she enjoys teaching continental to those who want to learn it, she appreciates all knitting styles. She urges her students to try projects that introduce new techniques. Since 2009, she has enjoyed her students at national events and looks forward to meeting you in class!
Her articles or designs have been published in The Ultimate Hat Book (Vogue/Soho Publishing), Blue Moon Fiber Arts Rockin' Sock Club, Interweave Knits Magazine, Interweave Sockupied eMag, Twist Collective, and Beyond Toes by Judy Becker. She is a Craft Yarn Council certified knitting instructor, a TNNA designer/teacher member, and a member of Cat Bordhi's Visionary Authors group.
Tent-camping with her husband and boys has brought her to over twenty National and Provincial Parks. She grew up in Pittsburgh, spent thirty years in west Michigan, and now calls Seattle home.
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