Hill Country Weavers
As a Maori artist and designer, many of my patterns draw influence from traditional weaving motifs found in tāniko. It is part of my mission of using my work and art to express the stories, values, and perspectives of the culture, to enrich the knitting community with diverse experiences, to remember the past, and leave a legacy for the future. We will learn about the different tāniko motifs, their meaning, and significance, and then cast on a simple colorwork hat project that features once such motif.
Skill Level: Intermediate; the student needs to be comfortable with colorwork techniques.
Class Materials: DK weight yarn (two colorways, one skein each), US 7 needle, locking stitch marker, pen or pencil.
Important Virtual Retreat Class Information:
All Retreat Classes are one-time zoom events.
Because this is a Special Event, we cannot offer refunds for any cancellations made after March 1. Cancellations made prior to March 1, 2021 are subject to a $5 cancellation fee.
Please be sure you will be able to attend the scheduled class time - we are unable to offer refunds or recordings for missed retreat classes.
2021 Virtual Retreat,
Vendor: Hill Country Weavers
4102 Menchaca RdAustin, TX 78704
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