Friday, November 3, 2017, 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
All Levels Welcome
This lecture is a case study and general talk about Xandy Peters’s personal process when looking for unusual stitches and new or unusual ideas in knitting. She explores the case study of how stacked stitches and the Fox Paws pattern came to be, but she will also take a look at experimenting with felting, crochet, macrame, and traditional armor-making, which have all given her the skills to expand her knitting vocabulary. The audience is then encouraged to go home and experiment without fear of failure—there are no mistakes in the realm of experimentation.
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