APR 17 – 24, 2019
Instructor: Lori Goldman
Once you know how to knit and purl it is very exciting to change color! Stranded knitting or Fair Isle technique is easier than it looks and Lori loves to demystify these methods. Intarsia is a tapestry technique that enables a knitter to create images in the middle of a plain background. Experimentation will be encouraged and there will be lots of examples and handouts.
Students are requested to bring with them 3 balls of yarn the same weight in different colors as well as knitting needles that coordinate with the yarn gauge.
To register for this class please call (707) 938-4626 x1
Lori Goldman is a textile artist that has been working with wool since she was 12 years old. She has her B.A. in textiles from San Francisco State University and her M.A. in sculpture from SFSU as well. She has designed and sold sweaters for 3 sweater companies around the country. Lori has taught everything from spinning yarn to knitted sculpture for 30 years, privately, at the California College of Art and at numerous bay area yarn stores.