Who doesn't want a cozy hand-knitted scarf to protect ourself from crazy weather in winter. Wait, we meant, ARM-KNITTED! That's right, no complicated traditional needle knitting, but a playful way of knitting with your arms only. Curious how it works? Come join us in a fun workshop and bring these skills home as Melbourne souvenir. It’ll be a unique gift for yourself or for someone special, showing that you care for them. When you touch that soft arm-knitted scarf, it will instantly melt your heart. In the workshop, you’ll explore: ✔Arm-knitting techniques (no equipment needed, just your arms!) ✔Casting on & casting off & changing yarn of different twist / colour ✔Design elements: texture & colour matching & aesthetic ✔Creativity & inspiration Material included: ✔Sustainable natural yarns or blend yarns (wool / cotton etc) ✔Wide range of different textures and colours of yarns ✔Choose up to 3 yarn balls each person What are you waiting for? Join us and other like-minded people in a journey to explore your creative potential. Perfect for beginners and advanced learner! Make the workshop more personalised by booking a private (group) class.
I am a sustainability believer, fashion designer, and a leader in personal development. Since 2014, With the guidance of Australian fashion designer Jenny Bannister in up-cycling fashion, sustainability fashion door has opened wide for me. With a Bachelor degree in fashion design in RMIT, and various skills in contemporary jewellery making, artisan flower making, etc, I combine all skills I have, and am passionate to create something sustainable and unique, that makes a difference to myself and the community. I am always on the way to explore and teach new design skills. I believe in being transparent and honest with myself and community. I love life, and constantly overcome obstacles, strengthening core value through adventure with eco fashion. Join me in journey: https://www.vivianqiustudio.com/book-online ; Ins: vivian_qiu_studio
Sustainable natural yarns or blend yarns (wool / cotton etc); Wide range of different textures and colours of yarns; Choose…
We'll be running our sustainable design workshops in a room in RMIT city campus. The campus is modernly refurbished for studying and social space, and is a bold iconic example of environmentally sustainable building. To get to RMIT building, it is super convenient by public transport and is within FREE Tram zone. Train: get off at Melbourne Central Station. Tram: Get off at Stop 7-RMIT university (routes 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67 and 72)
Scarf Knitting with Arms