Photo Recap: Rhode Island School of Design Workshops
My students from the Step It Up Knits II: Finishing Techniques workshop.
Last month I had the pleasure of teaching a couple of workshops through the continued education program at the prestigious, Rhode Island School of Design. I spend most of my teaching time in a virtual classroom, so getting to interact personally with passionate knitters was an absolute treat! Thanks to all of the students, RISD CE staff, and Rhonda Fargnoli for inviting me to their beautiful campus!
Here are just a few shots from the classes, and my subsequent New England jaunt with my husband and youngest child.
Treats awaiting students.
Students in Step It Up Knits I: Intermediate Techniques.
(I have to admit, it was pretty fun using my book as a text book!)
Hallway of the Library building/dorms at RISD.
Glue guns and duct tape? Now this is my idea of a college school supplies store!
Post class / pre shopping cuddle with Clover.
Providence thrift store score!
We made the pilgrimage to Salem, MA–a long time wish of mine.
Unfortunately, the yarn stores were closed the day we were there — so no, “Stitch & Witch” for me. Alas.
Historic house where one of the Salem “witches” was unjustly hung.
Pit stop in Scarborough, ME to visit my childhood buddy and his beautiful family.
One of my most favorite things in the whole wide world to do, is collaborate with fellow creatives, so I was thrilled to be a part of my friend @jonas_wilson_music ‘s label, Mr. Pink Records’ holiday special. Purchase one of their artists’ cassettes (that’s right, kids, cassettes are back!) from them on Friday and get a knit cassette cozy made by me and Team YarnYAY! Go to @mr.pinkrecords profile to get the deets....