Friday, January 16, 2009

Look Ma! Two hands!


Yes, most of us do two hands for knitting, but not everyone can do Fair Isle knitting...or colorwork...or stranded knitting. I know the terms are not all interchangable, but I don't completely know what the difference in them is...yet.
I've mentioned Liz Lovick before with admiration and gratitude, and today's no different. After Liz designed a Fair Isle hat just for me to knit, it occurred to me that it would wonderful to ask her to teach her workshop to the EZasPi knitting group. Liz is no stranger to teaching, and has done a Shetland Lace workshop and a Gansey workshop for us before, as well as designing an Orkney Pi for the group.
Knitting will begin on this on January 30th, but if you're interested, I suggest joining the group now to get a list of items you'll want to start gathering. Trust me that Liz is an excellent teacher, and the opportunity to learn FREE from someone of her caliber is incredible. Something my Scots blood couldn't pass up for sure. :-) I hope you'll join us.

1 comment:

beadntat said...

This is too cool. I've been trying to get back in touch with my Yahoo groups, but I hadn't heard the news yet. How do you know that colorwork was on my short list of things to learn next???? I could use another warm hat given that the temps have been in the single digits around here lately....YIKES! Thanks for keeping me up-to-date :-)