With Gayle Roehm Nov 6 10:00am-12:10pm AND Nov 7 10:00am-12:10pm CST Gain confidence by working 4 increasingly challenging stitch patterns from the Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible.
Gayle Roehm is a former management consultant who now devotes herself to knitting and other fiber arts. She teaches nationally for knitting events, guilds and yarn shops. Her designs have been featured in Knitter’s, Interweave Knits, A Gathering of Lace, and other publications. She also sells her work at a fiber arts gallery. Gayle has traveled throughout the world, lived in Japan, speaks Japanese and has knitted with Japanese designs for many years. She is the translator of the “Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible” and “250 Japanese Knitting Stitches” by Hitomi Shida, “Japanese Knitting” by michiyo, and two more upcoming books. She published the first information in English about Japanese patterns in 1997, she prepared the Japanese section for the book Knitting Languages, and she has translated patterns for Diakeito Yarns/Sunrise Fibers.
With Gayle Roehm Nov 6 1:00-3:00pm CST Start a pair of cozy knitted slippers from a Japanese design. The cabled slippers are entirely charted.
With Gayle Roehm Nov 8 10:00am-12:10pm CST Get a head start on the mini-scarf with frill, a practice project in the Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible. It includes many of Hitomi Shida's signature techniques.