Cecelia Campochiaro 

Class List

Introduction to Sequence Knitting

Introduction to Sequence Knitting

Yellow City Skyline Stitches SoCal Logo - Sacramento, CA - March 2-5, 2023
An in-person class with Cecelia Campochiaro Mar 2, 9:00am-12:00pm Sequence Knitting is just like it sounds: Knit a sequence of stitches repeatedly using some kind of rule, and a textured fabric happens. Discover how to use 1-row patterns and infinitely variable sequences to create beautiful, reversible, textured fabrics.
Sequence Knit Three Shawls

Sequence Knit Three Shawls

Yellow City Skyline Stitches SoCal Logo - Sacramento, CA - March 2-5, 2023
An in-person class with Cecelia Campochiaro Mar 2, 1:30-4:30pm Learn how to sequence knit and how to maintain a sequence as you shape a triangular shawl.
Introduction to Marls as Colorwork

Introduction to Marls as Colorwork

Yellow City Skyline Stitches SoCal Logo - Sacramento, CA - March 2-5, 2023
An in-person class with Cecelia Campochiaro Mar 3, 9:00am-12:00pm & 2:00-5:00pm Learn how to design a colorful cowl or shawl using marls with a new color-visualization approach called micro-swatching. These tiny swatches let you work strands together as one to see all the color combinations available to you and pre-visualize how they can be arranged in your work.
Simple Techniques to Embellish Sequence Knitting

Simple Techniques to Embellish Sequence Knitting

Yellow City Skyline Stitches SoCal Logo - Sacramento, CA - March 2-5, 2023
An in-person class with Cecelia Campochiaro Mar 4, 9:00am-12:00pm & 2:00-5:00pm Discover how fine striping, marl stripes, stripe patterns, and different yarn weights can combine with a sequence pattern to create subtle, nuanced reversible knit fabrics.

About Cecelia Campochiaro 

Cecelia Campochiaro appeared on the knitting scene in 2015 with her debut book, Sequence Knitting.  Textiles, photography, and the arts have been lifelong passions running in parallel with her technical life. Today she is fully dedicated to the fiber world and ‘unventing’ new ways to make amazing knit fabrics. Her latest book is Making Marls. In high school and college, even though her main studies were in the sciences, she studied drawing, printmaking, ceramics, and photography. And and in her career she developed specialized microscopes used in computer chip manufacturing. Knitting was a casual pastime until she had an ah-ha moment in 2010, and realized that textured fabrics could be created by the simple repetition of a sequence of stitches. This idea evolved into sequence knitting, which is a mindful approach to knitting that leads to textured reversible fabrics.