Come join the flock!
When I first discovered the ever-elusive world of Ravelry and Instagram, I fell in love with this wonderful, welcoming and close-knit fibre community I'm so proud to be a member of. Being able to connect with people that share the same passions, values and interests, is invaluable and something I'll forever be grateful for. At The Wool Club, we believe in supporting and growing this amazing flock of ours, and I'd like to warmly invite you to join the TWC community!
Our group on Ravelry is where all the fun chatter happens, where we host knitalongs, announce new fibre swaps and organise giveaways. It's a lovely space for connecting, chatting about The Wool Club desings & projects and all things yarn & knitting, and you're warmly invited to join! You'll find us here.
You're an avid, reliable, intermediate to experienced knitter? You'd love to contribute to the community, be involved in the processes behind the scenes of a knitwear design company and get early access to my latest knitwear designs? Then you should think about signing up for test knitting!
How exactly does this test knitting thing work? In short: you'll get free and early access to the pattern (plus a little thank you!) in exchange for your feedback. To find out more please read through the Test Knitting Guidelines. Still interested in becoming a test knitter? Great! Sign up here.
We‘re accepting applications from reliable, experienced knitters to help creating samples for our designs throughout the year. Please find all details here, and drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org after you've read through the sample knitting guidelines if you‘re interested in joining our team of sample knitters – we‘d love to work with you!
TWC knits is a blog series that shines a spotlight on members of our community and their favorite The Wool Club projects. Find all TWC knits articels here! For a chance to be featured, please send an email to email@example.com and include your name, your Ravelry ID, and a couple of high quality photos of your The Wool Club project. We'll also keep an eye on Instagram, so make sure to tag your posts with #thewoolclubknits!