KNITSONIK Bullet Journaling July - August 2020

Bullet Journaling for the Messy and Inspired

"The KNITSONIK Bullet Journaling Course is a great way to encourage joy, increase productivity AND play, and focus on self-care and creativity. Felix uses anti-perfection, inclusion, kindness, playfulness, and awareness to teach and creates an atmosphere of permission and encouragement to make your bullet journal a source of help and delight."

- Student Feedback from the May - June 2020 KNITSONIK Bullet Journaling Course

Fall in love with bullet journaling as a creative and supportive tool for managing daily life in this five-part, month-long course from artist and maker, Felicity (Felix) Ford.

This five-part course leads you through a sequence of tasks designed to help you develop a personal, anti-perfectionist and playful journaling practice. Bullet points help you keep track of your plans but this organisational focus is explored within a wider framework of kindness and creative generosity. Felix’s course makes journaling fun; includes zero pressure; can be fit in around your schedule; and is equally suitable whether you’re new to the concept of bullet journaling or a seasoned practitioner looking to refresh and revitalise your approach.

KNITSONIK Bullet Journaling has grown out of Felix's art practice; her focus on celebrating daily life; and her genuine passion for using a bullet journal, fostered over the last five years.

Chronicling her knitting projects, favourite recipes, important life milestones, shopping lists and artworks, her inventive use of these books has supported the production of two published books; the slow expansion of a tiny one-woman business; and the completion of several artistic commissions. Creative uses of her bullet journal have also supported Felix through some serious health setbacks.

Incorporating all these elements and using her own life as a case-study, Felix models bullet journaling as a tool for uplift and problem-solving, openly sharing, with you, everything she has learned through creative bullet journaling.Messy, permissive and enabling, KNITSONIK Bullet Journaling is designed to support you in a number of different areas of life but, as you'd expect, there is a large focus on knitting, self-care and creativity.

Sign up today to explore journaling practices to keep you organised and inspired; to explore mixing up your everyday life with your creativity; and to learn together with others in a carefully managed, held and moderated online environment.

As well as teaching you new and rewarding ways to use a journal, enrolling in this course is an opportunity to celebrate and record daily life in a range of joyous and creative ways.

Although you can enjoy the course at whatever pace suits you, KNITSONIK Bullet Journaling has been designed to run across a month and the aim is to empower you by providing:

  • customisable building-blocks on which to found your own customised approach
  • templates, tasks and structure for trying out different creative ideas
  • opportunities and encouragement for you to sit with your journal and to use it with joy and with intention
  • encouragement, feedback and support from Felix via the comments and in the optional weekly Zoom calls

"I want to say a massive thanks for creating and offering this course. I'm so grateful and honoured to have been a part of the first cohort! It was a bright shiny spot in the midst of a changing upside-down topsy turvy time. My Bullet journal provides me with so much Joy. I feel quite youthful playing with my - growing - collection of special wooden stamps and stickers, and rainbow of colouring pencils. It also has brought a sense of control and intentionality into my life. For the past few days I've been playing with the thought in my mind, what do I want my June to look like? Of course we can't predict what may come to pass, but having the intention to introduce more movement, creativity and connection into my life is the starting place. And actively pursing those things starts with the simple, hopeful act of creating lists and writing them down."

- Student Feedback from the May - June 2020 KNITSONIK Bullet Journaling Course

Course Curriculum

"I would like to tell anyone who is thinking of taking the course that they won’t be sorry for taking the time and resources to do this. Felix has put serious thought and creative energy into the creation of this course. There will be surprises and ideas that you hadn’t thought you might need. There will be solutions to problems that you had given up on or put aside for later. There will be things for you to ponder that you didn’t know you needed to ponder and organization ideas that you hadn’t known you needed. All of this will be fed to you by a caring soothing voice and wonderful music behind the videos that make the day feel better. Would I do it again? Yes, Yes, Yes!"

- Student Feedback from the May - June 2020 KNITSONIK Bullet Journaling Course

Frequently Asked Questions

When does KNITSONIK Bullet Journaling start and finish?
This edition of KNITSONIK Bullet Journaling starts on 1st July and ends on 31st July, 2020; next round of signups will open for the month of September 2020.
For how long do I have access to KNITSONIK Bullet Journaling?
Once you have purchased the content for this course, you can continue to access it for life. After enrolling, and once the course is officially launched on May 1st, 2020, you will have unlimited access to all the course materials for as long as you like, across any and all devices.
What do I get for my membership?
Membership includes access to 21 high-quality, carefully edited videos totalling over four hours of content; full support in the comment threads under tasks; the opportunity to attend for optional hour-long weekly Zoom meetings (which are recorded for students who cannot attend); and access to Gallery Pages, where you can share, and see, other students' work. You will have access to this enriching content for as long as you like.
Is the KNITSONIK Bullet Journaling Course accessible?
Every effort has been made to embed accessibility in both the content and aesthetic of this course. Handouts are presented in two forms - one version meant for screen-reading with a creamy background, recommended to be more accessible for people with Dyslexia and one version intended for printing out for those who want hard-copies of all the content. Every video includes proper closed captions. The audio has been edited carefully so that the music levels do not interfer with information delivery and a typeface designed specifically for legibility has been used throughout the course videos and handouts. A pay-it-forward scheme has been established to provide greater access to this course for people whose main barriers to access are socioeconomic factors.

This course is closed for enrollment.

There is a pay-it-forward scheme currently open for this course; you can read about and contribute to the scheme here. Fill out the form below or here to register your interest in taking a fully-funded place on this course.

Your Instructor

Felicity Ford
Felicity Ford

Felicity (Felix) Ford is a practicing artist and creative instructor. She primarily works with knitting and sound - hence KNITSONIK.

Her work is mostly focused on uplifting and celebrating daily life through creative practice. From her work on soundart commissions for museums like The Wellcome Library and the Charles Dickens Museum, to her self-published knitting books on translating everyday life into stranded colourwork, all Felix's work is, at its heart, about loving - and creatively engaging with - our real, everyday lives.

Felix has taught in many different places including the Ediburgh Yarn Festival; Shetland Wool Week; at the Tuned City Soundart Festival; and as an undergraduate lecturer at Oxford Brookes University during and following her doctoral research there. She loves teaching and the rich exchange of ideas inherent to the process.

Whether writing, knitting or recording sounds, her focus is always on celebrating the textures of daily life and on helping others find ways to do the same.

To learn more about Felix's work you can hear her speaking on Woman’s Hour in this clip.

You can also find her work on and her books at