On London’s lazy river lies an art museum known worldwide, That houses art of many kinds Including Waterhouse’s pride The Lady of Shalott. To Tate the sneaky stitchers lope, Taking a single knitted rope, To weave it into what they hope, Shows traces of Shalott. Inside the quiet gallery, They tame the cord for all to see, And turn it into poetry, Pinched from the fair Shalott. And up and down the people go, While there a woolly lily grows, With soft blue water down below, Its roots grown from Shalott. Four fibrous woolly handmade towers, Conjured up by knitting powers, To show...Read More
Join Knit the City for our latest ‘Permission to Yarnstorm’ installation ‘Half Sick of Stitching’ at Tate Britain. For one day only we join the Punchdrunk Enrichment and a gaggle of amazing artists for the Tate Loud event on September 22nd from 12-5pm.
Free Weave a Woolly Web Workshop with Deadly Knitshade all day too. Exciting!Read More
Fancy joining Knit the City at the UK’s first ever yarstorming boot camp? Due to trouble involving radioactive sheep and an infestation of yarn zombies, KTC’s Yarnstorm Boot Camp has been moved to 19-21 October 2012. Woo hoo!Read More