…of the ways in which Knit Stars are working to make their offering more accessible to a broader audience of makers.
Following on from my last post, today I’m sharing a Q&A with two dear friends and collaborators, Muriel and Nolwenn Pensivy. If you’ve been here a while you’ll know that Nolwenn is one of the designers in the KNITSONIK & Friends: Colour to Knit eBook and that Muriel (who happens to be Nolwenn’s mum) and […]
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 […]
Following on from this post in which I reflected on the experience of being a Knit Stars student, I wanted to share a couple of the amazing stories from fellow Knit Stars students. Today I’m sharing this one from J Diane Oliver-Jensen in Ontario, Canada, which tracks the story of a special sweater through multiple […]
Because I am enthusiastic and the words got somewhat away from me, this post is longer than intended. Because that happens with my newsletter too, I’m going to use the same TL;DR* format here that I use there to put the key points up top. Find the full post below and the key takeaways right […]