The Knitting Project public information page is now available. It contains each work’s backstory, participants, location, maps, and more. I hope everyone will be able to get out to see each work.
This week saw some good progress with the completion of pieces and installations. The audience response that’s been captured thus far is filled with surprise and lots of chuckling. …and there's more »
This past week two pieces where installed and some mighty weaving took place. We begin to see the fruits of our labor which started in mid September. There have been shrieks of joy and much laughter witnessing our “mini zeitgeist of yarn” come together. …and there's more »
The last two weeks since our last formal meeting at the Center for the Arts have been filled with planning for installations. As I reviewed the photos I’ve taken seems as if this time also meant meeting in small groups to talk about details, enjoy the company of others sans needles and lot of figuring. …and there's more »
A great week of yarn for all ages. The photos tell more than I could possibly say!
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Six 4th grade girls are collaborating with some folks at the Living Center on creating a look for the elk in the Sports Authority parking lot. Thursday, the students shared their ideas on what might be created to adorn the statue. …and there's more »
Well, Nick Wilson couldn’t stand it any more watching the elk across the way dressed for hunting season. Several days ago, Nick appeared sporting a bright orange vest, apparently inspired by his ungulate friend across the road. He looks dashing thanks to Jana’s artistry. …and there's more »
This week The Knitting Project moved to its second half location, the conference room at the Center for the Arts. We will meet there for the next month on Sundays October 28, November 4, 11, and 18 from 2-4pm. …and there's more »
The Tuesday gatherings at the Senior Center drew to a close this week with the first half of the knitting sessions. Folks from River Rock Assisted Living came, as well as some new faces.
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This week I participated in a knitting session at Jackson’s River Rock Assisted Living where we explored knitting and variations on conventional knitting using finger knitting and a small invented loom. We all laughed as stories were passed around and some new creative variations were made.