We finally have the videos up and running!! Technology is a wonderful thing . . . when it works.
Have fun. We will upload the coat pattern next week. Please share your experimentations with the other people in the knit-a-long. Post them to our Facebook page. It would definitely encourage everyone to make their machines sing.
I hope you are as excited as we are to start the knit-a-long. Yesterday we realized there were a few technical issues in uploading the videos. We figured out the problem, finally. The videos are being uploaded as we speak. I am hoping they will be available as soon as tonight or first thing in the morning. Sorry for the delay.
It is our pleasure to bring this year long technique based extravaganza to you. Each quarter we will explore in depth a new machine knitting technique. Videos are not machine specific so everyone, even us Passap users, can join in on the fun.
Information on how to join can be found here. The knit-a-long will officially go live January 15, 2019. We look forward to exploring the ability of our machines with you!
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.