I am so very happy to announce that Annie Modesitt will be returning to Slater Mill to teach not one, but TWO workshops on September 10, 2011. We are thrilled to welcome her back. Here are the classes:
Christened “Combination Knitting” by Priscilla Gibson-Roberts (Fall 2000 Interweave Knits Magazine), this combination of Western and Eastern style knitting is faster, creates a nice tension with less “rowing out” and less wrist strain. Established knitters may enjoy this different method, new knitters can mistress this right away!
Each student should bring light colored worsted weight yarn and needles to work well with the yarn.
Sat., 9/10, 9 AM-Noon
Charting Your Lace
Written instructions can have typos, but with a chart what you see is what you get, which is why it’s the best option for knitters who want to “see” what their lace will look like before they take up their needles. In this class, we will investigate why stitches in lace work, behave the way they do, how we can befriend and domesticate them, thus creating our OWN lace motifs!
Each student should bring light colored, worsted weight yarn and needles to work well with yarn.
Sat., 9/10, 1 PM- 4 PM
Please contact Bernadette: firstname.lastname@example.org, or 401-725-8638 if you would like to register or have any questions.