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Winter Knit Along


Michelle Dalbec of Knit Pray Love


Jill Tamminen of Knit Sisu

A Live Online Weekly Series


March 2, 9, 16, 23, & 30, 2021

7 - 9p EST

What is a knit along?

A Knit Along (abbreviated as KAL) is a group experience where knitters come together and work on the same pattern at the same time.


It is a great way to work a pattern with the support of lots of knitters, and we'll there to guide you every step of the way!


Our KAL is unique because in addition to stitch tutorials and community sharing we will be offering mindfulness, movement, and breath practices as well. 

What project are we making?

We want to give you choices. 

We've selected The Straight Laced Shawl.

It's the base pattern and there are 3 versions so you can knit it your way.

  1. Easy

  2. Intermediate

  3. Advanced

Each version of the shawl adds more techniques. What more information?

Join our Info session on February Tuesday February 2nd 7p EST. 

Do I need to know how to knit?

Yes, but beginning knitters are welcome.

While this is not a learn-to-knit KAL, if know how to cast on, do the knit stitch, yarn overs, stitch increases, and bind off you are good to go.


You can alway take a private lesson with Jill to get you ready to join in on the fun! AND...



When you book the KAL first you'll get 50% off your lesson 



What's included with the KAL?

Choice of 1 version of The Straight Laced Shawl

5, 2hr. session live online

Access to recordings of all sessions for 30 days after last session.

What if I just want to be a part of the experience and make my own thing?

You can absolutely knit your own project during our time together. 

And you'll still get the shawl pattern and access to videos.


  • You may learn some new things

  • You may have some fun

  • You may meet some amazing people

  • You may relax and feel better in your body

  • At the very least you'll have a great shawl!

Have more questions?

Join the information session where we'll be sharing information like...

  • A visual sneak peak at the shawls

  • Techniques involved in each shawl

  • Guidance on picking your yarn

  • Time for other questions

Save Your Space for the Q&A 

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