Other knitters are also working in this space. Perhaps you have some local knitters, spinners, woodworkers, coders, crocheters and other crafters who can help tell the story of your place.What a beautiful workshop today, all making knitted jewelry from my handspun silk, while exploring the books of Lady Zoe Hart Dyke (aristocratic 1930s sericulturist who established a silk farm in a castle...where our handspun silk was grown...) and listening to my recordings of silkworms from 2015. This intangible heritage project funded by @aceagrams and hosted/supported by @the.merl has provided one of the richest opportunities yet for me to engage knitters in my creative knitting and sound process and practice, I am so grateful for the experience and to all the knitters who have come so far! Last one is next week... Sheep bells. Looking forward to it already.
This post has been sitting in my draft files for a while. I thought it was time to move it along.