…of the many layers of Blues music, in knit and in sound.
…of a reversible hat and mitts set worked in double-knitting; bearing motifs inspired by the bass lines of two songs; and visibilising creative sonic practices.
…of music boxes, knitting patterns, and seven more days to go until the first Yarnadelic Remixes 0.1 pattern is released!
Greetings, I wrote to my mailing list last week and realised it might be helpful to share this information here on the blog, as well! KNITSONIK Gift Guide KNITSONIK Courses A couple of you reached out to say you wanted options for gifting The KNITSONIK System or popping it on your wishlist. I had a […]
If you subscribe to my newsletter then you will have heard last night that The KNITSONIK System: self-paced edition is now open for enrolments in the KNITSONIK School. Formerly known as Quotidian Colourwork, this is my flagship course that brings to life the process of translating everyday inspirations into stranded colourwork. You’ll learn how to […]
There are so many things I’ve loved about running the KNITSONIK & Friends: Colour to Knit Club, but a major highlight has been discovering what we can learn by better understanding each other’s ways of seeing. Today I want to tell you about how Liz Humphreys – one of our club members – created a […]
For most of last year I was focused on creating and developing my Knit Stars 6 Masterclass, Think Like An Artist. This class distils my creative practice and experience into one exuberant project that is both a celebration of women artists, and a masterclass in translating patterns, colours and sounds into stranded colourwork design. I […]