Knitting help.com DVD

kiwiknitter's picture

Does anyone have the DVD by Knittinghelp.com?  I am always searching for new ways to up-skill my knitting.  We don't have any knitting classes here and the selection of knitting books is poor.  I thought that this DVD might be useful.  Any comments or suggestions for other DVD's?

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Jordan's picture

I like the Knittinghelp.com

I like the Knittinghelp.com videos--I pretty much learned to knit from them.  I've even loaded the parts about correcting mistakes onto my iPod so I can turn to it when things get dire and I'm not at home.

Jordan 

Tallguy's picture

I have seen the EZ videos,

I have seen the EZ videos, and Meg's too, and love them both.  They are good for beginners, I think, but then I like her style.

 One other that you should check is Lucy Neatby's new DVD's, which are being released about now. http://www.tradewindknits.com/dvd_contents.html  Those that have seen them are very impressed, and I have mine on order.  I hope to get my hands on them within the month.  And she is such a neat lady!

CabinCove's picture

I have both the KnittingHelp

I have both the KnittingHelp and Zimmerman. I prefer the Knitting Help. I use it at least a couple of times a week. The Zimmerman is good for those times when you need a few good Zzzzzzzzz. I know, she is a goddess, but she's SO mellow.

RainCityRick's picture

I've got the

I've got the knittinghelp.com video.  It's great!  Much easier to understand than books.  If you're bandwidth challenged then it's definitely worth the cost.

Rick

Bill's picture

The Zimmerman DVD's are

The Zimmerman DVD's are good... I particularly like the Knitting Glossary... covers all kinds of topics...