In Conclusion

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Welcome to graduation! If you completed all four projects in this class, you are now an experienced beginner. You have practiced all the basics required to tackle most projects, and absorbed the vocabulary required to research new techniques on your own. The knitting world is your oyster!

If any of your projects didn't come out how you would like, just frog it and try again! Knitting is about the process just as much as the final product, and the more you practice, the better you'll get.

Here are some more knitting projects from the Instructables community that are now within your reach:

Easy Knit Dishcloth by Penolopy Bulnick

Easy Knitted Gramma Slippers by CraftyRex

Round Purple Dish Cloth by craftknowitall

I-Cord Snake by bdickson1

The Not-Moss-Stitch Circle Scarf by MissLivia

Simple Knit Pillow by bdickson1

Scheming some new creative knitting projects of your own? Consider writing your own Instructable about it, and enter one of our frequent contests!

Thank you for taking this class! Please share your feedback so I can improve this and future classes! And if you're a happy student, inspire another by sharing this class with a friend.




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