Weekend of Workshops in North Georgia, part 1

Throwback Thursday!

Last Fall I had the privilege of teaching to an amazing bunch of knitters in the Atlanta area. The North Georgia Knitting Guild invited me to come teach Mosaic knitting, Intarsia, indigo dyeing and the techniques used to knit the Charleston Indigo Scarf.

It was an intense weekend of teaching, punctuated with great food at local restaurants and some very special times with friends. 

Here are some scenes from the Mosaic and Scarf classes...

  Look at all that intense concentration!

Look at all that intense concentration!

  Amy shows off her Mosaic panel. And her Bulldog scarf... #gameday

Amy shows off her Mosaic panel. And her Bulldog scarf... #gameday

  The  Burgeon Mosaic Bag  in progress.

The Burgeon Mosaic Bag in progress.

  Sandy shows off not only her Mosaic, but also her Indigo-dyed blouse from the workshop the day before. #talented

Sandy shows off not only her Mosaic, but also her Indigo-dyed blouse from the workshop the day before. #talented

  For the  Charleston Indigo Scarf  class, we first knit a swatch to master the techniques.

For the Charleston Indigo Scarf class, we first knit a swatch to master the techniques.

  I admit I'm partial to mother/daughter knitting teams. Cindy and Amanda are so sweet, and if you ever need any fabulous stitch markers, Amanda's got you covered:  Manda's Markers

I admit I'm partial to mother/daughter knitting teams. Cindy and Amanda are so sweet, and if you ever need any fabulous stitch markers, Amanda's got you covered: Manda's Markers

  A completed  Reversible Cable Wrap , begun at the 2016 Knit Inn. Love it!

A completed Reversible Cable Wrap, begun at the 2016 Knit Inn. Love it!

  Carole shows off the striped look in the Reversible Cable. Great idea!

Carole shows off the striped look in the Reversible Cable. Great idea!

  Love the tonal qualities of this one. The lighter color really makes the cable pattern pop, too!

Love the tonal qualities of this one. The lighter color really makes the cable pattern pop, too!

Stay tuned for part 2 of this weekend--the Indigo Dyeing and Intarsia classes!