Our November 7 Speaker is Janine Bajus
Janine Bajus, a.k.a., the Feral Knitter, has been fascinated by color and pattern and how they collide in Fair Isle knitting since she was given a classic yoke sweater in high school. She has taught the joys of expressing yourself through Fair Isle design around the country at Stitches events, Sievers School of Fiber Arts, guild retreats, and virtually, and she leads fiber tours around the world. Her book, The Joy of Color: Fair Isle Knitting Your Way, is a guide to creating your own unique garments. She knits, spins, gardens, cooks, and writes in Berkeley, California. See her designs at ferelknitter.com; see what she’s obsessed with on Instagram @janinebajus.
Janine will teach 3 workshops:
Wednesday and Thursday, November 8 & 9 – Choosing Colors for Fair Isle Designs
9 am – 12 noon & 1 pm – 4 pm each day
Friday, November 10 – Elegant Steeks and Edgings
9 am – 12 noon
Friday, November 10 – Shaped Shoulders in the Round
1 pm – 4 pm
Click on workshop titles for class details and how to register. Read about Janine’s presentation to the Guild at the November 7 meeting here.