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Wool on the Exe

Fix your Stitch!

Fix your Stitch!

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Can't tell your half double from your double treble? Dropped a stitch and not sure what to do? You might like to book some time with our Woolly Agony Aunt, Jackie! 

Jackie is back and now available twice a month on a Monday afternoon to help with your knitting and crochet queries. With many years' experience, and a passion for yarn, she can help with a range of issues, including;

  • How to cast on and off
  • How to work basic stitches
  • Advice on techniques
  • Using different types of knitting needles and tools
  • Deciphering a pattern
  • Reading a chart
  • Understanding where a mistake was made and how to correct it 

Book a half hour time slot (or more) to guarantee her undivided attention :-) Just select the day/time you prefer and add it to your 'cart'. Then follow the steps to check out online. Alternatively, you can ring the shop or stop in and book your time that way.

There is a nominal fee for this service however all proceeds will go directly to the Exeter Food Bank. It would be helpful to Jackie if you could describe what you need help with in the notes section when you check out.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Knitting saver!

Jackie was so helpful , showing me how to pick up stitches along a v neck, helping to decipher the pattern and advising on an alternative method. She also gave me other general tips for my knitting. She is very knowledgeable and I cannot recommend this session enough!


I can't tell you how helpful this little class was! I was so sad when I realised my knitting project had gone wrong and I wasn't able to figure out why! By the end of the class, I walked out with my first ever completed scarf. Thank you so much for your patience and support ❤️

Wendy Walker
Amazingly useful

I came along with my little list and learned a huge amount. Every process was demonstrated with contrasting yarn so it was easy to follow. Then I had a chance to have a go myself. Even better, there was a handout with clear photographs showing how to do each process. It was fantastic value for money. All I knew beforehand was how my granny used to do things. But now I can produce work that doesn’t shout homemade! It looks much more professional.