You see knitting sticking out of a silk-screened shoulder bag or a spinning wheel strapped into the passenger seat. Maybe a hand-woven garment, handknits in winter, or a propensity to sniff yarn.
|Amy Wolf judging the fleece at Estes Park Wool Market 2015|
|Participants in the Color Theory for Tapestry class talking about Millie Danielson's work in tapestry (Millie on left, Linda on right)|
Kate Larson's class was learning to spin different yarns for various Scandinavian knitting patterns as well as weaving belts.
|Kate Larson (center) and two of her students|
|Kate Larson's work. Examples of different yarn preparation and spinning in the mittens and some traditional belts|
|Kate Larson. All handspun with traditional knitting pattern and embroidery work.|
|Surface design work of Cheryl Rezendes|
Do you know who your people are? The ones that make you feel safe and inspire your creativity?