Ruby Townsend was in the “Intarsia with a Twist” class at Stitches West, to learn how to do intarsia in the round. I like to wander around before class and see what yarn people brought to work with, because it is fun to see what types of yarn knitters bring. Ruby apologized, because I ask […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Meet Ruby – Knitter for the Stars
I just love teaching knitters the ins and outs of argyle socks. I’ve been teaching this class since Sock Summit 2009, and I not only am not tired of it, I’m enjoying the class more than ever. The yarns we have to knit argyles with just keep getting more amazing, it is super-fun to knit […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Annetarsia Knits would not exist without Madrona Fiber Arts. I was inspired to develop the ITR technique by Madrona students. I taught ITR for the first time, at Madrona, and students helped to refine the technique (thank you,especially,Valerie McPherson!).Cat Bordhi saw me doing ITR,said I had to write a book, and invited me to join […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Madrona!