With Janine Bajus July 10, 10am-12pm CDT; July 17, 10am-12pm CDT; July 18, 10am-12pm CDT Want to explore Fair Isle design, but you're hesitant about starting from scratch? Janine Bajus' 3-part workshop spaced over 2 weekends will get you going. Work with an 8-color kit of tested shades to knit value sequences, arrange bands of motifs, and plan your tam. Class sessions will be recorded and remain accessible online to registered students of the class for 7 days following the event.
About Janine Bajus
Janine Bajus, also known as The Feral Knitter, has been intrigued by Fair Isle knitting since she received a colorful yoke cardigan from Shetland in 1964. Playing with color has remained the theme of her fiber life ever since. She teaches knitting workshops around the country and loves introducing others to the joys of modern Fair Isle knitting though her classes and book, The Joy of Color: Fair Isle Knitting Your Way. Janine lives in Berkeley, California, where she spends her days surrounded by books and fiber. For more about Janine, go to feralknitter.com.