This class will be Saturday, January 27th, 2018 at the January Thaw Retreat
The class will begin at 9 a.m. and is a three-hour class.
One of the most interesting and best parts about knitting is the huge variety of patterns available. But where does the inspiration for those patterns come from? In this class, we'll talk about different forms of inspiration and different ways of thinking about knitting, and then explore methods and theory to bring those ideas to reality. This is a great class if you're interested in designing, or just want to experiment with all of the possibilities knitting has to offer!
Materials and Homework:
A pencil and sketchbook, scrap yarn and needles for swatching ideas and any items/photos/tearsheets that inspire you.
Level: Intermediate knitter You must be comfortable with stitch patterns and have a willingness to experiment and play. =)
Class time: 3 hours
Class size: maximum 16
Classes are for retreat attendees only. Thank you.