…readers are guaranteed to be inspired, no matter where their interests lie. (HC edition) --American Craft magazine
KnitKnit gets across that knitting has power as a social force and a political one, but no one represented here forgets that most importantly of all knitting is beautiful. (HC ed.) --Crafts magazine
--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
SABRINA GSCHWANDTNER holds a BA in art/semiotics from Brown University and an MFA from Bard College. Her artwork has been exhibited internationally at such venues as the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, and the Fleming Museum, Vermont. She is the founder of KnitKnit
, a biannual artists publication dedicated to the intersection of traditional handcraft and contemporary art. Gschwandtner lives in New York City. You can visit her website at www.knitknit.net.
KIRIKO SHIROBAYASHI is an award-winning New Yorkbased photographer whose work has been exhibited at the Houston Center for Photography and the National Museum of Belarus, among other venues. Her work was featured in Stewart, Tabori and Changs Knitting for Peace
and appears regularly in magazines in the U.S. and abroad.