Our Kit Levels: Moving from Beginner to Advanced Beginner
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How do you know when it’s time to move up a kit level? We’re here to help you take the next step.
If you’ve recently completed your very first knitting or crochet project, well done! We hope you’re enjoying the I made this feeling, and are ready for your next crafting adventure. You might be wondering whether you’re ready to move up a kit level, and learn some new techniques. Read on to find out more about the differences in our beginner, and advanced beginner knitting and crochet kits.
Beginner knitting and crochet kits
Your very first project will teach you the basics of knitting or crochet: How to get started, following a pattern of one or two stitches, and how to finish off. Here is a summary of the kinds of skills you will have under your belt after completing your first project.
If you’d like to brush up on your beginner skills, we’d recommend these kits as a great place to start:
Have you mastered the basics? Then you might be ready to move up a kit level! Further your crafting knowledge and learn a mixture of new stitches and techniques.
Advanced Beginner knitting and crochet kits
Build on the skills you learned as a complete beginner, and pick up a few new ones as an advanced beginner. These kits are also great if you are making a long-awaited return to crafting, and would like to brush up on the basics. We’re sure it will all come flooding back, and your yarn will be rolling away once again!
If you’re ready to get started on an Advanced Beginner knitting or crochet project, here are a few of our favorites: