All the events listed below will be included with each class, lecture, package, or Virtual Marketplace ticket registration!
There is no need to register for individual events: All events will be available to you in your Event Hub.
Replays will be available 2–4 hours after the event has completed in your Event Hub.
All Marketplace Extras will be held in Eastern Time
Magic Yarns - A Knitters' Read-Aloud with Bonnie Franz
Friday, September 29th at 12:15PM-12:45PM ET
Need a peaceful break? Join us for a relaxing half hour read-aloud of favorite picture books featuring knitting. Enjoy knitting or crocheting along as we meet knitting pirates, folktale characters, friendly neighbors and knitters of all sorts in these magic yarns and see some beautiful illustrations along the way..
Lunch Time with Joji and Veera, hosted by Nara Takeda
Friday, September 29th at 1PM ET
Join us for an insightful discussion on the benefits of knitting for self-care and mindfulness. Panelists will share their experiences and insights on how knitting can help reduce stress, improve mood, and boost overall well-being. We'll also be exploring how knitting can help us connect with others who share our passion, provide a sense of belonging and support, and offer opportunities for learning and growth!
Saturday, September 30th, 9:15–9:45 AM Eastern
Bryoni is a yoga and meditation teacher based in the Bay Area. She is also the Director of Mindfulness at Kinema Fitness and Spiritual Advisor at Northeastern University.
Bryoni is a CPA, NASM Personal Trainer, and her mindfulness training includes over 1000 hours in Tibetan Buddhist Meditation, Vinyasa, Yin, and Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques including acupuncture, cupping, herbalism, and gua sha. The practice of mindfulness has taught her to always be a student first and to begin over and over again. She hopes you leave her all-levels classes feeling a little more grounded, centered, and refreshed.
A Vogue Knitting Conversation: Åsa’s Tricosa and Melanie Falick Discuss Åsa’s Journey As a Knitwear Designer
Saturday, September 30th at 10AM ET
Åsa Söderman is a Swedish knitting designer who lives in Denmark with a Danish husband. She knits with abandon and has knitted her way from Sweden to Denmark via New York and Boston and Singapore, and Sussex – and Germany. Åsa’s designs are mostly seamless and top down, and she is attracted by unusual solutions and just-so details. The Ziggurat sweater is her signature. It is a seamless, top down, contiguous or simultaneous-set-in sleeve method, developed and polished since the first Ziggurat saw the light in 2011. It became and remains a passion. Åsa is the author of Åsa Tricosa Ziggurats: 16 elegantly seamless Knits (in its 4th print run).
Melanie Falick is an independent writer, editor, and creative director—and a lifelong maker. She is the author, mostly recently, of Making a Life: Working by Hand and Discovering the Life You Are Meant to Live. She is the former publishing director of STC Craft/Melanie Falick Books, an imprint of Abrams, where she spearheaded books by many esteemed authors, including Kaffe Fassett, Norah Gaughan, Clara Parkes, and Kristine Vejar. She has since edited Cocoknits Sweater Workshop by Julie Weisenberger and Yoga of Yarn by Liza Laird. She is also the creative director and editor of Modern Daily Knitting Field Guides, and a color consultant to Knitter’s Pride, focusing on Symfonie Hand-Dyed Yarns, the company’s new yarn line.
Latines y Lana: Our Journeys in the World of Fiber panel hosted by Louis Boria, Ana Campos and Cecilia Nelson-Hurt featuring Miguel Bonilla and Pope Vergara
Sunday, October 1, 12PM–1PM ET
Miguel Bonilla, the host behind NYC Knitters, orchestrates a monthly knitting community boasting a whopping 700 members. Gathering regularly in picturesque parks, libraries, and airy atriums throughout the city, this passionate knitter initially turned to the craft during the pandemic, seeking solace and a way to comfort his mother. Today, Miguel's obsession with knitting is undeniable, as evidenced by his ever-growing yarn collection. He holds a coveted certification as a knitting instructor from The Craft Council and is diligently pursuing his Professional Knitwear Designer Certification with the esteemed Knitting Guild Association (TKGA). When he's not immersed in yarn and needles, Miguel channels his energies into his daytime role, where he plays a vital part in the Office for Nonprofit Services, helping nonprofits fulfill their missions for the city of New York.
Pope vergara, a Chilean knitwear designer. Pope two kids and a husband. Her husband pushes her to work on her passion, which is fashion and designing clothing. Her mom is a fashion designer and was born among fabrics and yarns. When Pope was pregnant with her first child, she had to be on bed rest. At that time, she started knitting, designing and creating her own clothes. She constantly tested materials and new techniques, innovating and challenging the unusual. She has a unique style because she always likes mixing different fibers, materials, and trends with her stamp, from rocker to more feminine. She wants to make people feel good and shine with her designs. Nature, the human body, music, science, biology, and artwork that inspire her.
See You in NYC!: With Host Vivi Basile from Casa Vivi with Alexandra Davidoff, Mieka John, Paula Pereira and Xandy Peters
Sunday, October 1, 1PM-2PM Eastern
NYC is great. NYC with knitting friends is better. We are counting the days to Vogue Knitting Live 2024. It's time to register in and choose the classes you will take. At this panel you will be presented to 5 teachers: Paula Pereira, Xandy Peter, Alexandra Davidoff, Mieka John and Vivi Basile. They will show you their projects and explain the classes. They will also talk about their experiences in past editions. Join this fun conversation and get ready to travel to the largest knitting show in the world.
Marcelo Martins: Spinning Today with Maria Gomes
Sunday, October 1, 2PM–2:30PM ET
Join Marcelo as he interviews Maria Gomes
Maria Gomes lives in the north of Portugal. She learned to knit in the Portuguese style when she was 6 years old from her mom and grandma and hasn't stopped since! "To me, knitting is like breathing."
Maria defines her knitwear design as casual and comfy, but always with some detail of interest. She co-founded the the Knit with Friends Festival in June 2019, the first yarn festival in Portugal. She founded Maria's Online Knitting Club in 2021 o create a beautiful knitting community around the world with virtual meetings every Wednesday night and 60 members.