In the Loop 4: Di Gilpin – from Craft to Couture

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We are excited to have designer and maker Di Gilpin as one of the plenary speakers at In the Loop 4. Di is on of Scotland’s preeminent knitwear designers and makers who produces daring, exciting and eminently wearable knitwear, desired by couture fashion houses and ordinary knitters alike. Di’s workshop and studio is in… Continue reading

Introducing Dinah Eastop – Keynote 2

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Introducing Dinah Eastop  Our first keynote speaker on Wednesday 26 August will be Dinah Eastop, Honorary Senior Lecturer at UCL who many will know of as the founding Director of the AHRC Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies and formerly a senior lecturer at the Textile Conservation Centre at Winchester. Dinah’s research spans textile conservation,… Continue reading

In the Loop 4: Presenting our Keynote speakers

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As preparations for In the Loop 4 at the University of Glasgow 26-28 August progress we thought you might like to know a little more about our keynote speakers. So today we will begin with Rosemary Eribé, our keynote on Wednesday 26th. ‘From Craft to Couture: ERIBÉ Knitwear’s experience of taking craft into the modern demands… Continue reading

‘I am going’ button

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Coming to In The Loop 4 conference?  If so please feel free to use this button on your Ravelry page, Facebook page or blog: For Ravelry and Facebook, just right-click on the button and “Save Image As”. or if you have a blog, copy this grab code: <div align=”center”> <img src=”” alt=”In The Loop 4… Continue reading

In the Loop 4 in Glasgow 26-28 August 2015

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In the Loop 4 will be in Glasgow this summer and we are planning a conference which showcases the best of Scottish knitting in a global context. Our theme, ‘From Craft to Couture’ references the craft origins of Scottish knitwear and its current status as a key element of designer collections worldwide. Alongside the wide… Continue reading

Knitting in Wartime Programme announced

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There is still time to register for Knitting-in-the-Round’s Knitting in Wartime Study Day which will take place on Friday 27 March at The Lighthouse in Glasgow City Centre.  Admission is free of charge but please register on our Eventbrite site. In association with Glasgow Women’s Library the day will feature a series of talks by… Continue reading

The Kitchener Stitch: Knitting in Wartime Study Day

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Friday 27 March 2015, 10am-4pm The Lighthouse, Glasgow  During the First World War it is said that Herbert Kitchener, British Secretary of State for War, prompted the invention of a special graft for socks to prevent chafing. It came to be known as ‘the Kitchener Stitch’. This study day focuses on the relationship between knitting… Continue reading