When I teach an all-day class, there is a long lunch break so that we can eat in a leisurely manner….ha! Just kidding. We all go to the market and shop. When class starts again, one of my favorite things is to see what people bought over lunch. It’s Show and Tell time! At Stitches […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
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... No Comments.
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... No Comments.
Does anyone else feel that they don’t have time for Christmas? I have enough trouble keeping up without a major holiday being thrown in the mix. Not that I don’t have the Christmas spirit, not at all. The recent cold snap actually put me in the mood. I just wish that I had some elves […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.