|The world is FULL of inspiration – from far away travels to everyday scenes. Let’s look at how to source inspiration and how to use it as a springboard for your knitted projects. Moving onto how to record your ideas, develop unique colour palettes and become more creative in your daily life. This may even change the way you look at the world!
Looking not only at the initial spark but at underlying design themes such as rhythm, pattern, balance, repetition, shape, proportion, texture, movement and so on. Then delving deeper, going onto explore the creative process, tips and methods, including swatching, making a plan for how you might jump-start your own unique ideas
Fiona Ellis graduated from DeMontfort University (England) with a degree in fashion design, specializing in hand-knitwear design. Her original designs have been sold to major fashion houses in New York, London and Paris for mass market production. Her designs have been published in many knitwear magazines and she has authored ‘Inspired Cable Knits’, ‘Knitspiration Journal’ and ‘Inspired Fair Isle Knits’. She loves to share her passion through her many in person and on-line courses.