Rililie

La Maison Rililie

New designer in our festival is Rililie who is coming to teach from Austria! Her style is classy, seamless, stripy and well constructed. Rililie says she adores finding new ways to construct knit in a different way. She is obsessed with experimenting on how to construct a garment (or any shape for that matter) seamlessly. More on her classes a bit later, once we’ve gotten the official descriptions. 

Sweaters: Up Close and Personal
Saturday 6/7/19
City Hall: Kamari 10-13
16 seats
Tickets from Titityy 99€

AND
Sunday 7/7/19
Old Vicarage: Class room 14-17
16 seats
Tickets from Titityy 99€

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What to consider in sweater knitting: A hands-on discussion while working
on Rililie’s sweater patterns!

If you are interested in working different approaches when knitting a sweater, all in great company and with the designer at your disposal, then this Workshop is for you!
Rililie will be there to not only explain the construction and technical details of her pattern(s), but also to convey all the design process and reasoning behind very specific choices of shaping and methodology as also any exclusive background information you might want to know!

The subjects that are worked on in this 3h course are very diverse and will contain particulars that go beyond the specific pattern that shall be used in a KAL-Style framework: the sweaters will provide a starting point and the opportunity to discuss garment design, fashioning and creation as also allow to go into detail on particulars in what to look out for when modifying and to explore all kinds of different subjects related to anatomy, technique and construction.

Accessories: Up close and Personal
Saturday 6/7/19
City Hall: Kamari 14-17
16 seats
Tickets from Titityy 99€

AND
Sunday 7/7/19
Old Vicarage: class room 10-13
16 seats
Tickets from Titityy 99€

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What to consider in hat knitting: A hands-on discussion while working on
Rililie’s patterns!

If you are interested in finding out everything there is about hat construction and colour-work; If you try to explore stranded knitting by tackling the subject with a different approach, all in great company and with the designer at your disposal – then this Workshop is for you!

Rililie will be there to not only explain the construction and technical details of her pattern(s), but also to convey all the design process and reasoning behind very specific choices of shaping and methodology as also any exclusive background information you might want to know!

The subjects that are worked on in this 3h course are very diverse and will contain particulars that go beyond the specific pattern that shall be used in a KAL-Style framework: the hat-patterns will provide a starting point and the opportunity to discuss the interaction of colours, fashioning and creation as also allow to go into detail on particulars in what to look out for when modifying and to explore all kinds of different subjects related to stranded knitting, shape, technique and construction.