Getting started – your work area, tools and equipment

Module 1 Getting started
Unit 1 SK Advantages of knitting  
Unit 2 SK Bilateral rhythmic psychosocial intervention  
Unit 3 SK Why knit  
Unit 4 SK Sensory impact of knitting  
Unit 5 SK What makes the UK special when it comes to Knitting?  
Module 2 Your work space
Unit 1 Setting up work area - introduction  
Unit 2 A safe work area is a happy work area  
Unit 3 Safe and comfortable  
Unit 4 SK Everyday items link  
Unit 5 SK My table  
Unit 6 SK Where else can you knit  
Unit 7 SK The importance of the right environment  
Unit 8 SK Can you read the pattern?  
Unit 9 SK More about reading the pattern  
Unit 10 SK lighting  
Module 3 Different ways of knitting
Unit 1 Knitting with one hand  
Unit 2 Different knitting styles  
Unit 3 Knitting sheath  
Unit 4 Knitting belt  
Unit 5 Useful links with ideas for knitting with one hand  
Unit 6 SK Holding things  
Module 4 Make things with yarn but not knitting
Unit 1 Crochet  
Unit 2 Knitting loom  
Unit 3 Peg loom  
Unit 4 SK Knitting machines  
Module 5 Choosing projects
Unit 1 SK One project or many  
Unit 2 SK Choose your projects carefully  
Unit 3 SK No single solution  
Unit 4 SK Be sensible (and kind to yourself)  
Module 6 Tools and equipment
Unit 1 Knitting needles  
Unit 2 Knitting needles again - shapes  
Unit 3 SK Match needles and yarn  
Unit 4 SK Cutting yarn  
Module 7 Yarn and test squares
Unit 1 SK Choosing yarn  
Unit 2 SK Test test test  
Unit 3 SK Step by step  
Module 8 Taking care of yourself
Unit 1 SK Know when to stop  
Unit 2 SK Take care of your hands  
Unit 3 SK Repurposing  
Unit 4 SK Posture  
Module 9 Finishing off
Unit 1 SK Seek and you will find  
Unit 2 SK Rebuilding the walls  
Unit 3 SK adversity can help you  
Unit 4 SK An example of rebuilding a life  
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