Dye, Cut, Knit

Dye, Cut, Knit Like peanut butter and chocolate, the combination of yarn and silk fabric strips creates a yummy sensory treat that is eye and hand candy for knitters. The colors and textures we wrap around our needles are what makes knitting so inviting, and expressing our creativity with our knitting is what makes it so satisfying. I teach workshops on Creative Knitting to encourage knitters to use alternative materials and methods to create one of a kind knit work. Being able to dye your own knitting materials in colors you love is especially exciting. As the founder and director of a fiber arts education program in the Santa Barbara schools I spent 10 years teaching fiber arts to children. I loved the way that kids could easily create with everything from recycled cardboard to abandoned cassette tapes. When I began refocusing on my own artwork, I supplemented my love for alternative materials with daily doses of silk. Once I developed a taste for working with silk, I was consumed with ideas for playing with this amazing fiber.   I ordered bolts of chiffon, habatoi and gauze   fabric in different weights from Dharma Trading Company. I began exploring Shibori dying techniques … Read More

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