AGM Crochet, Math, and Patterns | jueves, 18. junio 2020
About this Event
In this creative + meditative workshop, participants will crochet in the round to make one small nesting bowl + learn the math to crochet three larger sizes. Border Crossings are explored through connecting physical nesting at home during the pandemic + creating comforting crochet nesting bowls. Further connections cross between one's creative right brain + mathematical left brain while evoking a meditative calm. Crochet stitches used in this workshop are: slip knot, slip stitch, chain, and single crochet.
A Zoom link will be sent to participants 30 minutes before the workshop starts. Participants will need: a crochet hook (sizes from 4mm to 6mm works best), and approximately 3 ounces of worsted weight yarn.
Hosted by maker and teacher, Sandra Clarke.
Sandra Clarke has been untangling yarn and exploring nature themes through illustration for over 30 years. Being born in Montreal and educated throughout North America, helped Sandra develop her eclectic style. Sandra’s fibre arts and illustration workshops marry traditional and contemporary art while still retaining functionality. Sandra lives with her husband and children, dividing her time between Mississauga and her off-grid cabin near Algonquin Park.<aside>This workshop is a part of the border crossings project, presented by the Art Gallery of Mississauga. It is generously funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the Ontario Arts Council, and the City of Mississauga.</aside>