Amy's formal training was in modern dance, kinesiology, and physiology. She then taught physical therapy students about critical inquiry, evidence-based practice, and research design. A dozen years ago she left the academic life to pursue fibers arts. Now she teaches spinning and knitting at venues across the country and is well known for her animated and engaging teaching style. She has published articles in Spin-Off and PLY Magazine. Her art and science backgrounds give her a keen understanding of learning movement skills, composition, pattern recognition, and systematic exploration. The result is her focus on spinning and knitting technique, texture, three-dimensional structure, and knit designs that exploit handspinning techniques. You can find out more about her work on her website, http://www.stonesockfibers.com and on her blog, http://stonesockblog.blogspot.com
Our 2020 and 2022 Conferences were both cancelled due to COVID 19. While no workshops were taught in those years, we've retained the information on scheduled workshops in our database.
Our 2020 and 2022 Conferences were both cancelled due to COVID 19. While no mini classes were taught in those years, we've retained the information on scheduled mini classes in our database.