Join the West London Knitting Club for an enjoyable afternoon on Friday 9 June. Bill King is joining them for this meeting and is going to talk about his work and demonstrate some techniques. The themes for this talk and demonstration are The Ribber and The Garter Bar.
Friday 9 June
Doors open at 12 noon
Talk: 1.30 to 3.30pm
Non Members welcome
Entry Fee: Members are Free & Non Members pay £5
Tea and Coffee provided
The knitting process has fascinated Bill King for the past forty years. He is a freelance designer working closely with the knitwear industry and experiments with knit structures and techniques in relation to current fashion trends. For 14 years he’s been a contributor to Machine Knitting Monthly and writes a regular feature. He holds regular knit workshops in the UK and overseas. His most recent book is called “Machine Knitting Techniques: Cables” and published by The Crowood Press.
Doors open at 12 and you are welcome to bring your own lunch. Alternatively, there are lots of restaurants, cafes and coffee shops in the area.
For more information about the event, please email Elaine Cater
We look forward to seeing you at the West London Knitting Club event on Friday 9 June.