- Review by Jane Harley
I thoroughly enjoyed this video. Although I have been knitting at a relatively advanced level for some time, there was plenty to interest and intrigue. And to watch a maestro like Eunny Jang knitting was a pleasure in itself! I personally do not see how menus, etc. would add to the experience. I don't give 5 stars, however, because I do think that there are some technical deficiencies in terms of changeoever from the various clips.
(Posted on 4/29/11)
- What a shame Review by Anita Bailey
How to confuse a beginner knitter.....take pieces of different programs mix them up and splice together. It could be really good if they had only spent some time putting it in a logical order. Seeing as it is called 'Getting Started' , it starts with gauge, then how to to knit/purl, onto fixing really hard mistakes, easy mistakes and then onto casting on. Don't when they get to the basics about yarns - I gave up. Usually the videos/DVD are good - but definitely not this one. If I could I would get my money back. **INTERWEAVE RESPONSE** Sorry you were disappointed with this DVD. We will arrange for you to have your money back as soon as possible. Thank you for your feedback!
(Posted on 3/27/11)
- Knitting Daily Workshop: Getting Started Knitting - Basics and Beyond with Eunny Jang Review by Idajean Aldous
I found this to be a very useful aid especially for the price I paid. As a beginning knitter I frequently need assistance. I like how Eunny Jang demonstrates so clearly and explains it. Though there are not chapters one can make their own list of times and go directly to the time on the download needed for the different sections. I use it all the time.
(Posted on 1/21/11)
- Where Is The Menu?? Review by Victoria Dorward
I got this video as a digital download and thought my download must have been defective - there is no menu or index or sections or chapters! The information looks well presented and useful but I'm going to have to sit down and make my own list of sections and the start time of each to make this a useful reference in the future. I've never before seen a teaching DVD without chapters and an index just like a book. They really should tell you in the product description tht this is a run-on presentation without defined sections.
(Posted on 12/21/10)