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Talk: Creating a New Interpretation of Traditional Techniques in Handknitting: from cabled Fair Isle to Knitweave, Intarsia and Gansey


A talk by Di Gilpin and Sheila Greenwell. Di and Sheila will explore the design process using 4 examples of reinventing knit in new ways through a slide show and samples. They will discuss the journey from inspiration, through colour, shape, form and stitch. This event has now sold out.

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    • 26 April 2024
    • 60 minutes
    • 12:30
    • Summerhall
    • subvenue Anatomy Lecture Theatre
    • All ages
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      To attend this event you must also have a ticket for The Woolly Good Gathering Marketplace. For access bookings, please contact the venue directly.
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