• 6 Lessons

    Colour & Fibre Play II

    Join instructor Diana Twiss as she guides you through the methods to scale up from a unique 30-gram fibre blend to 500 grams or more. Besides making larger quantities, you’ll learn spinning and plying techniques to vary the yarn you can get from that same blend (such as using a drum carder, blending board, or hand carder). 

  • 4 Lessons

    Design your Own Triangular Shawl

    Whether you’ve always wanted to design something, or you just want to put a good stitch pattern to use, this course will walk you through designing your first top-down triangular shawl, step-by-step. 

  • 9 Lessons

    Spinning Intentional Colour

    Develop a functional, working understanding of colour and how it affects your spinning, plus gain more confidence in your abilities to spin colour with intention with Spinning Intentional Colour, taught by Felicia Lo Wong.
  • 17 Lessons

    Knitting with Hand-Dyed Colour

    Learn how to understand colour so you can choose colours and colour combinations for your crafts. Expand from essential colour theory to traditional colour combinations and colour harmonies.
  • 6 Lessons

    Leah Learns Design

    Follow along as Leah learns what it takes to design a sweater with the help of our design director, Tabetha Hedrick!
  • 10 Lessons

    Carding for Colour

    In this workshop, Katrina Stewart will be introducing you to the wonderful world of carding so you can create beautiful fibre for spinning and weaving.

  • 6 Lessons

    Designer Process with Tabetha Hedrick

    In this workshop, Tabetha goes over the best practices that will help you in working with SweetGeorgia Yarns as a designer (or any other publisher…
  • 18 Lessons

    Modern Colourwork Knitting

    In this workshop, we'll be looking at the techniques for traditional stranded colourwork and how to make it modern through motif, texture, and colour. We'll be looking at working with hand-dyed colours in a colourwork piece as well as the challenges of using popular superwash-treated yarns for colourwork projects.

  • 22 Lessons

    Yarnography: Photographing Textiles

    This workshop is focused very simply on helping you take better photographs of your textiles. If you have ever needed to take a photo of your yarn, your spinning fibre, your skein of handspun, or a sweater that you knit. By the end of this workshop, I want you to be taking photographs of your yarn and textiles that are more accurate colour-wise, more effective composition-wise, and that will serve your purposes — as archival reference or as personal or profession promotion.
  • 16 Lessons

    Colour Mastery

    Colour has meaning, power, and purpose. It can change how you feel about yourself and others. And our experience and understanding of colour is unique to each of us, depending on our cultural background and what we’ve learned about colour. For many people, there is no formal instruction in our education about colour beyond the colours of the rainbow. Let's explore Colour Theory, Cultural Colour, Wearing Colour and Designing with Colour.

  • 7 Lessons

    Colour Play

    This mini-workshop will walk you through the basics of working with colour and help you feel more confident about creating your own palettes and colour combinations for your projects. In our time together, we will play and combine different colours based on a variety of inspirations and then find different ways to knit them together to produce completely unique results.