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Knitting is taught by Helen Donaghue on Tuesdays, 7-9pm.
Classes will be held in the first floor room of the Mill building. The class is open to all levels from complete beginners to those wishing to expand their knitting skills (e.g. fair isle, aran). Student will set out a knitting goal/project at the beginning of the term. This can be simple (e.g. a simple child’s hat) or complicated (e.g. an aran cushion cover), depending on knowledge and skill level. Helen will provide knitting needles and wool to practise and will advise students on which wool, needles and patterns to buy for their knitting project. There is no need to bring any materials until a knitting project has been decided on.
Originally an English language teacher, Helen Donaghue is currently a university lecturer working as an academic developer at Queen Margaret University. She has been knitting for over 40 years and comes from a family of keen knitters