Members Teaching Members organizes workshops held independently of monthly programs and workshops. Members of the San Diego North Coast Knitters Guild share their special areas of expertise with other members in an ongoing series of workshops. These workshops are open to all members of the Guild.
Sue Tavaglione chairs and coordinates this program for 2014. You may sign up for classes at the monthly meetings or by contacting the instructor directly. If you have any questions & ideas for MTMs, wish to teach or volunteer your home to host one of the workshops, please contact one of the committee chairs. You can reach Sue by clicking on her name for an email link.
What do we love most about yarns? The COLORS, first and foremost. Yet choosing colors for our projects can have a mystery about it. There is additional interest in another "Color Workshop" by Claudia Carlson, at possibly a different location.
What makes a color scheme work? What makes you say "oohh, that's gorgeous," even when it's not your favorite colors? Why do some knit items just look so professional while others appear mediocre?
The answers lie in color harmony, choosing color based on simple (yes really!mathematical structures. You can learn, understand and apply scientific color theory when choosing your next masterpiece.
The 3-hour workshop fee is $30.00 plus a $4 materials fee for a color wheel printed on card stock with nine black masks. You may choose to print your own color wheel if you like from the same supplied color wheel in .PDF format, which will be emailed to workshop attendees. It's easy and you can do it!
To reserve your space or with any questions, contact:
or call 951-684-3252
or call 619-818-8310