KP Classroom: Knit Sweaters

Knit Picks Classroom: Learn to Knit a Hat

Welcome to the Knit Picks Classroom, where you can polish up your crafting education from the comfort of your own couch! Each month we will focus on a specific skill. This month, as fall approaches (yay!), you’ll learn how to knit sweaters.

The Online Classroom

Grab a mug of tea, find a cozy spot on the couch, and watch the Sweater Finishing Tutorial

Happy Homework

It’s harder to get simpler than the classic Knits for Everybody 2 Cardigan. A series of basic short rows provide shoulder shaping and all increases are worked in the yoke over just three increase rows; that’s as complicated as it gets. Advanced beginners will find the instructions accessible, while the overall simplicity makes for clean lines that allow the advanced knitter plenty of room for customization.

Knits for Everybody 2 Cardigan

The Knits for Everybody 2 V-Neck Cardigan is knit in the round from the top down, with raglan sleeves and optional waist shaping.

Knits for Everybody V-Neck Cardigan

Classroom Supplies

Can’t go to school without supplies! Peserve your treasured sweaters with thE elegant care and storage Ultimate Wool Care Kit! Your projects will last longer and stay in good shape throughout the years. And it’s on sale for 20% off!

Ultimate Wool Care Kit

The gorgeous Brigid Cardigan Kit, on sale for 20% off, is the perfect next-level sweater kit.

Required Reading

The Idiot’s Guide to Knitting Sweaters is a clear and colorful guide that offers 20 chic and stylish patterns for knitting pullovers, cardigans, shrugs, and more, all featuring easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and hundreds of inspirational color photos.

Discover top-down knitting from the ground up with expert Ann Budd in The Knitter’s Handy Book of Top-Down Sweaters. This essential book offers instructions for designing and knitting sweaters from the top down and seamless sweaters that require little finishing.

You’re well on your way to earning your PhD (Professor of Handmade Delights). We can’t wait to see the sweaters you’ll make!


1 comment

  1. Jayne Titmarsh / August 16, 2017 / Reply

    I would like one