Knit, Art, Snow, Part I— A Beginners Knitting Workshop with designer Karen Clements

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Knit, Art, Snow, Part I— A Beginners Knitting Workshop with designer Karen Clements
Saturday, Nov 23, 2013





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Designer Karen Clements

Celebrate the winter season with SMMoA! This introductory knitting class takes place inside the snow-inspired exhibition Yutaka Sone and Benjamin Weissman: What Every Snowflake Knows in Its Heart. Learn basic knitting techniques and get started on creative projects with knitwear designer Karen Clements. Knitting needles and yarn will be provided. Limited space available. Recommended ages 13+.

$20 workshop discount for SMMoA members; Join today!

Join us for part II of this workshop series on Tuesday, December 10, 7 – 10 pm

About the Instructor
Karen Clements comes from a family of sewers & knitters. Her mother was an amazing artist who taught her valuable lessons in technique, craftsmanship, and style. Clements’s knitting pattern designs are worked from the top down and seamless with as little finishing possible. She maintains challenging techniques to keep it interesting but aesthetically keeps her designs clean and simple.