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Enrollment for Knit Stars 3.0 is open through midnight (Pacific Time) on November 1. Check out the details at https://knitstars.mykajabi.com/a/4441/qzGWw9gQ.  The price is $199 and if you enroll now, you’ll have a chance to purchase the exclusive Knit Stars yarns when they go on sale on November 4.
During this time frame (today through November 1), Knit Stars 1.0 and 2.0 will also be available for purchase. The price is $199/each for Knit Stars 1.0 and 2.0, which can be paid in two installments.
But that’s not all. During this enrollment window you can take advantage of two additional opportunities:
1. On Tuesday, October 30 at 7pm Central Time, you can watch a live “show-and-tell” on the Knit Stars public Facebook page, with past students sharing their Knit Stars experience and the beautiful projects they’ve made since.
2. On Wednesday, October 31 at 7pm Central Time, Knit Stars creator Shelley Brander will host a live Q&A on the public Knit Stars Facebook page, during which she’ll answer any questions folks have about enrolling in Knit Stars.
Knit Stars 3.0 officially starts on November 26, with a new lesson released every other day over the course of three weeks. Those who enroll will be invited to live Q&A sessions with the Stars on Sunday, December 16 and Thursday, December 20th.
Again, visit https://knitstars.mykajabi.com/a/4441/qzGWw9gQ to learn more and enroll for 10 lessons in each Knit Stars program.

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  1. I am taking your Knit Like a Master workshop on Craftsy and was looking for your email contact to say how much I’m enjoying it. I’m in my mid fifties and have been knitting for as long as I can remember. I don’t even know when I started or who taught me but I do know that I am self taught and sew more than I knit so most of my learning has been focused in that area. I’ve learned some fabulous techniques in the workshop and am currently seaming 13″ of mattress stitch on my Easy Folded Poncho (Churchmouse). This is probably my first “proper” knitting seam. Since I sew, I don’t mind seeing a seam but… it’s also good to know how to do it better.

    THANK YOU – Myrna

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