Please join me at Arrowmont School for Arts and Crafts in Gaitlinburg, Tennesee for the following week-long workshop. It promises to be a wonderful opportunity to delve deeply into this subject and, remember....with wire, all things knit are possible.
Wandering the Garden of the Knit Muse
Jun. 19, 2011 - Jun. 25, 2011Use knitting fundamentals to create various shapes while taking advantage of knit’s natural tendencies. Learn a variety of approaches to the creation of stitches and usage of various materials. Manipulate a broad range of beautiful colors of copper wire, integrate beads or found objects, and problem solve to create an array of jewelry and small sculptures. Later, work with heavier gauge wire in a larger sculptural format and let your muse guide you to a new level of creativity. Basic knitting proficiency is required.
Further information is available on the Arrowmont website (and...by the way we will be taking a much bigger bite out of the knit apple than you see in the catalog.)
I look forward to seeing you there.
PS: Please feel free to pass this information along to anyone you think might be interested. Thank you.