We cleared the tables and laid out the yarn like we were preparing for a Thanksgiving feast!
The next morning, the shopping began before class, as everyone picked their favorite colors. Then it was down to our new classroom space at 1906 South Street to hear Amy speak about Color Theory and Design. Amy’s background is in Art History and she has an extensive knowledge of color theory and color usage in history. After hearing her speak, you can see how she’s able to create such a large color range for her yarn.
It was a wonderful day full of beautiful colors. Thank you to everyone who came to class and to meet Amy! Be sure to show us what you make with your new Tosh yarn!