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Knitter in Residence Day 1

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  Day One of Wool Week.¬† Susan McComb, our Knitter in Residence, will be at the University of Glasgow in the Fraser Building (opposite the University Library) ¬†Level 3, 2.30-5pm. Drop in to see her. Pick up a Knit Kit – available for all levels from absolute beginners to expert knitters – colourwork, textured knitting… Continue reading

Knitter in Residence Programme for Wool Week

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Only two days to go and you too could be knitting patterns and designs mirroring the University of Glasgow’s architecture – or learning to knit for the first time; or just learning more about the skill of hand knitting from our Knitter in Residence Susan McComb. There are plenty of opportunities during Wool Week @… Continue reading

Wool Week @ University of Glasgow

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Come and visit our Knitter-in-Residence Susan McComb on the University campus during Wool Week. She will be kicking off her residency on Monday 6th in the Fraser Building (level 3) – opposite the University Library – from 2.30-5pm. Collect a knit kit, find out about Susan’s project and learn some new skills. For details of… Continue reading

Knitter-in-Residence @GU

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Our Knitter-in-Residence, Susan McComb, will be out and about the University of Glasgow campus during Wool Week 6-13 October. The University buildings have acted as inspiration for Susan’s project which translates the patterns embedded in the architecture into designs for knitting. There will be opportunities for knitters of all skill levels – from beginners to… Continue reading

Knit Sanquhar

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Knitting in the Round will be in Sanquhar, Dumfriesshire on Saturday 1 November 2014 at the A’ the Airts Arts Centre, 11 am – 3pm. We are holding an informal public event to explore Sanquhar knitting – its history, its current popularity, the skills required, the wool needed and the patterns recorded. There will be… Continue reading