I attended a professional learning seminar with international educational leadership guru Professor Guy Claxton at Orbis yesterday. You can imagine my delight when two slides… Read More »Future of Education: knitting purpose and procedure together
After a successful year as part of the Fibre Feast SA organising committee, Pru is stepping down to focus on her designing, teaching and writing.
Every significant journey begins with a party: casting off for a Viking adventure or casting on for a Mystery Knit Along. This one party was enjoyed by MKAL Virgins and Veterans alike.
Image (by Jacie Davis Photography) is of West Knits MKAL Veterans who attended the Cast on Party at Pirate Life Brewing, in Port Adelaide, South Australia, hosted by Yarn Trader.
Knitting is a form of craftivism, a gentle rebellion against consumerism. Pru Raymond’s Knitting for Zero Waste Living series at Charles Sturt’s 19 on Green centre was designed to empower knitters to make sustainable choices, and opt out of a throwaway lifestyle.
Throughout July I’m teaching a series of Knitting Workshops with a Sustainability focus at 19 on Green, a Community Centre in the City of Charles Sturt
Pru Raymond really enjoyed sharing about Yarn Tasting table at Fibre Feast on Evenings with Peter Goers, ABC Radio Adelaide. Conversation included indie dyers, men who knit, mindfulness and a few other things
Vada Blue Featured Fibre Artist for June is Pru Raymond