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PARTIAL Weekend - 2018 Slater Mill Knitting Weekend
Old Slater Mill
Pawtucket, RI
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Date
Jan 19, 2018 6:30 PM



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PARTIAL Weekend Registration $99.00 ($103.46 w/service fee)
Partial weekend includes Friday opening events, one knitting class (Sat. or Sun.), and a Berroco gift bag  
 
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PARTIAL Weekend - 2018 Slater Mill Knitting Weekend
** PLEASE NOTE: this BPT link purchases the PARTIAL WEEKEND PACKAGE, which includes Friday evening events, choice of one class (Sat or Sun), plus a Berroco Gift Bag. **


**SCROLL DOWN FOR CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE **



FULL WEEKEND EVENT DESCRIPTIONS:

Trad Arts Studio @ Slater Mill
presents
2018 Slater Mill KNITTING WEEKEND & Fiber Market
January 19, 20 & 21, 2018

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

JANUARY 19, 2018
Friday Evening Opening Celebration & Events 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

- Opening Wine & Cheese Reception  
Mingle, meet, and network with other fiber art practitioners and our Knitting Weekend participating artists.

- Designer Salon presented by designer, artist, and former "Vogue Knitting" editor, Margery Winter
(Salon runs from 7:30 to 8:15 p.m.)

- Knitwear Trunk Show
Participating KW artists and designers, and the Berroco Design Team, will exhibit finished and published works for this annual trunk show.

- Fiber Art Exhibition
Preview this exhibition featuring works of contemporary textile artists and designers Margery Winter & Suzi Ballenger.


- SATURDAY, JANUARY 20 -

Classes, 8:30 to 11:50 a.m.
Luncheon with the Artists, 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
Fiber Market is open, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  

8:30 to 11:50 a.m. ~ Concurrent Knitting Classes ~  
  (Mid-session hospitality included; max. 12/class)  


1.  Finishing School / Dylan Uscher

We've all been there. You do all the knitting for a large piece that youre really excited about and then the piece just sit there for weeks (months? years?) unfinished in a bag. In this class, Dylan Uscher teaches you all the ins and outs of good finishing habits from proper sewing methods, blocking methods, and lots of tips and tricks to make your finished pieces look and feel professionally made. The class will cover sewing side seams, top seams (both finished and unfinished), blocking methods, the best ways to weave in ends, and covering over mistakes with various post-knitting methods. Bring 4 swatches on needles or stitch holders, preferably in a worsted or larger weight, 20 stitches wide and at least 4 long, a darning needle, and scissors or snips. Students are encouraged to bring in any knit, but unfinished projects theyve had lying around, so they can troubleshoot specific techniques and get their projects done.

2.  Mosaic Knitting / Diane Ivey

Coined by Barbara G. Walker in teh late 1960's, Mosaic knitting may be the least known form of colorwork, yet it is a  wonderful and easy way of knitting with two colors. In this class, Diane will demystify the technique, and show students how easy and satisfying it can be. It is great for beginners who haven't yet worked in multiple colors, or for intermediates who want to add the technique to their skillset. In addition to the technique, we'll discuss how to create Mosaic patterns, and put your own imagination for design to work.


3. Color Theory for Knitters / Michelle Charest

This class will explore the diverse ways color can be used in knitting. We will begin by using the color wheel to discuss useful concepts such as hue, saturation, and lightness, building on these concepts to consider how different colors and groups of colors interact. Then we will employ a variety of quick and simple methods of color testing and swatching to tackle the unique challenges knitters face when working with color.  Specific topics will include: substituting colors and developing your own color palettes, working with multi-colored or variegated yarns, and choosing colors for colorwork. Please bring a set of colored pencils, minimum 2-yards each of 2 or 3 colors (or multi-colored) of any yarn you personally like.


12:30 to 2:30 p.m.  ~ Luncheon with the Artists ~

(Included with Full Weekend only, or as A là Carte registration; advance booking required)

Enjoy a catered luncheon attend by our KW teaching artists and other regional fiber and textile artists, and you! Engage in a round-table discussion about design, craft, skill, inspiration, and any topics of importance to luncheon attendees. Wines and other beverages will be served. Live jazz performed by the Steve DeConti Trio.


- SUNDAY, JANUARY 21 -

Classes, 8:30 to 11:50 a.m.
Fiber Market is open, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Drop in & Weave (free program), 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
 
8:30 - 11:50 a.m.  ~ Concurrent Knitting Classes ~  
  (Mid-session hospitality included; max. 12/class)  

1. Two at a Time Socks / Pam Sluter

No more second sock syndrome! In this class students will learn how to knit two socks at the same time using the Magic Loop. We will work on a pair of toddler sized socks to learn the basics of this method. Socks will be worked from the cuff down. Students should know how to cast on, knit, purl and bind off. Materials: 200 yards worsted weight yarn wound into 2 equal size balls, size US 4 29-32 circular needle, locking stitch markers.

2. Reading Your Knitting / Alison Green  **SOLD OUT!!**

Reading your knitting is a foundational skill to be able to knit faster, more accurately, and more pleasurably! This workshop will help you to understand the construction of knitted fabric, so that you can use visual cues to work different stitch patterns. You will also be able to avoid (and fix) mistakes, will rarely have to count stitches, and will gain more confidence reading charts. Imagine how freeing it would feel if you could just know what stitch to work just by looking at your work! Please bring: Light-colored, worsted or bulky weight yarn and knitting needles an appropriate size for your yarn.

3. Simply Addictive Jewelry Crochet / Ellen Mason

Artist and designer Ellen Mason imparts her own addictive and efficient method of creating beaded fiber jewelry from a platform of basic crochet techniques.  A great class and ROI for craft vendors building inventory for their booths, or DIY-ers who prefer to skip the mall and create quality hand-made gifts instead. Experiment with fasteners and chain-links, or bump it up a color notch with an MX dye bath when your necklace is complete. Bring materials you wish to explore, to widen the range of finished product price points. Ellen will provide an assortment of threads and supplies, but students please BYO beads and embellishments 25mm with holes large enough to accommodate embroidery-gauge thread.


ALL 2018 REGISTRATION OPTIONS AVAILABLE ON BPT:

1. FULL Weekend Registration
   ** EARLY BIRD RATE (ONLY UNTIL 11/24/2017) $179.00 **
   Regular Rate (after 11/24/2017) $189.00
   Includes Friday opening events, Luncheon with the Artists, two classes, and a Berroco Gift Bag.

2. PARTIAL Weekend Registration
   $99.00
   Friday opening events, one class, and a Berroco Gift Bag

3. A LA CARTE Registration

   a. Friday Evening Opening Reception -
       Wine & cheese reception, Designer Salon, Knitwear Trunk Show and Fiber Art Exhibition Preview.
       Friday 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. / $15.00

  b. Luncheon with the Artists - a catered luncheon and round-table with Knitting Weekend artists, and other regional fiber and textile artists. Live Jazz by the Steve DeConti Trio.
       Saturday 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. / $47.00 (incl. tax & gratuity)

  c. Saturday Class with mid-morning hospitality
       8:30 to 11:50 a.m. / $79.00

  d. Sunday Class with mid-morning hospitality
       8:30 to 11:50 a.m. / $79.00



**** PLEASE READ ****

By purchasing a ticket on BPT, I confirm my understanding that class enrollment is limited, and classes are assigned on a first-come-first-served basis; and though Trad Arts Studio will make every effort to secure my first-choice placement, it is not fully guaranteed.

(NOTE - PLEASE, DO NOT USE this registration option if you intend to cancel your registration if your first choice is not available!! See cancellation & refund policy below.)

I further indicate that I have read, understand, and agree to the "CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY" as follows: If I cancel my  registration on or before January 5, 2018, I will receive a refund of 80% of registration fees I have paid. If I cancel my registration between January 6 and January 13, I will receive a 50% refund of fees I have paid. If I cancel after January 13, 2018, or I am a "no show" for the events or classes, I will receive no refund (zero percent) of the fees I have paid.

**** THANK YOU! ****

Location

Old Slater Mill (View)
67 Roosevelt Avenue
Pawtucket, RI 02860
United States

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Categories

Arts > Fashion
Education > Workshops

Minimum Age: 16
Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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