With Kim McBrien Evans July 11, 2-4pm CDT; July 11, 5-7pm CDT; July 17, 2-4pm CDT; July 17, 5-7pm CDT; July 18, 2-4pm CDT We all deserve clothing that fits us well and makes us feel great. This workshop is for knitters and sewists who want to improve the fit of their sweaters and be able to transfer their fit knowledge and techniques from knitting to sewing and back again. Class sessions will be recorded and remain accessible online to registered students of the class for 7 days following the event.
Kim McBrien Evans
About Kim McBrien Evans
Curiosity and exploration and an ever expanding plan for world domination are the name of the game for fibre artist, Kim McBrien Evans. Her lifelong love of colour, texture, and pattern prompted Kim to transition from working artist to textile maven. Her knitwear designs are known for bringing abstract ideas into textile realities that simultaneously fit and flatter every body. Her design work has lead her to explore how home sewers and knitters can create clothing that fits, while showing professional designers the beauty of inclusive design. She lives and works in the woods of Central Ontario, Canada.