WEDNESDAY MORNING WORKSHOP IS FULL.
SPOTS STILL AVAILABLE IN OTHER WORKSHOPS.
Knitting Happily Ever After: Ergonomics for Knitters
Ever known a knitter who hasn’t said, “Just one more row”? Me neither! I’ll bet they’ve also complained of aches and pains while knitting. In this class, you’ll learn how knitting affects the “fabric that makes the fabric”–your body–and see how your knitting technique impacts your efficiency and productivity.
By completing a Risk of Injury assessment in class, you’ll learn how knitting contributes to those aches and pains throughout your body. But more importantly, you’ll learn how to reduce them. A little knowledge and some simple changes can keep you knitting comfortably and safely ever after.
Students who’ve taken this class have said that it should be “required learning for all knitters regardless of experience level!” and, “it’s as important as the knit and purl stitches!” This class is taught by a passionate knitter who is also a physical therapist. This class is not an individual knitting assessment.
Materials: Bring a knitting project of your own choosing, a bath-sized towel, and materials to take notes if you wish to do so.
Class is suitable for all levels of knitting experience.
Learn more about Carson’s visit to the Guild in Knitter News.