We are almost finished with the first set of video classes. Then we hit a snag. We want to keep the classes generic and not machine focused. We wanted to be able to tell you to "put your machine to hold" and have everyone know how to do it on their particular machine.
There has been a large request for us to bring back the machine knitting boot camp. There is a lot of planning for such an event. Literally, the day after the event was over we began planning the next. After giving it A LOT of though, I think I found a solution. We will offer an online machine knitting boot camp.
How Does It Work?
We will post instruction modules. The techniques will range from beginner to advanced. You can sign up for one or multiple modules. You will have access to our video or photo gallery instructions. You can ask questions via the comment section in that particular section. At the end of each module, a project utilizing the techniques learned will be posted reinforcing your new skill!
We have begun recording the first set of modules. More to come!
I know the last thing anyone wants to think about is cold weather. I, for one, am not a big fan of being cold and wet. One nice thing about the fall is sweaters season. I do like wearing my knitwear.
Toia has an intense interest in Indigenous Weave Structures. She received the title Master Ashante Kente Weaver from Adamwomase, Ghana, West Africa in 2009. At that time, she was the only female, American weaver to achieve the title. She learned to weave Taanko from a Maori tribe of New Zealand. It is her goal to help preserve the indigenous structures through video and woven cloth.