I'm super honored to be interviewed by the fabulous Diane of CraftyPod about teaching crafts (and specifically, knitting). We had a great conversation about the experience of teaching and how to get started teaching.

If you've wanted to start teaching your craft, listen to the conversation here.

Diane mentions that my Learn to Knit kit taught her to knit (squee!), you can find the kits here. Even if you know how to knit, these kits are a great way to teach a family member and avoid frustration that comes from not knowing how to describe when-the-loop-does-this-you-do-this.

Have you taught your craft?
Anything you'd add to our conversation?

2 Comments on Teaching Your Craft

  1. Sheri D. Maple
    March 1, 2010 at 12:02 pm (10 years ago)

    Hi Tara:

    I listened to the podcast yesterday and thought it was great. I am in stitching class, but mostly everyone crochet (I do both). I would like to teach people to knit who are crocheters as I think both needle crafts are great

  2. Sheri D. Maple
    March 1, 2010 at 5:02 pm (10 years ago)

    Hi Tara:

    I listened to the podcast yesterday and thought it was great. I am in stitching class, but mostly everyone crochet (I do both). I would like to teach people to knit who are crocheters as I think both needle crafts are great