Yep, just 3 more days to support fabulous fbz´s campaign for mathematically generated merino scarves! fbz kickstarter More pics and algorithms! CAT APPROVED! Advertisements
As some of you will remember, fbz/Fabienne Serriére was a longtime artist in residence at etib and is known as a programmer and passionate knitter. She was an integral part in getting etib to where it is now and we want to support her with her new campaign: KnitYak! KnitYak fbz campaign fbz is campaigning … Continue reading
Berlin Wearable Technology Meetup Thomas from Trafopop who organized the Wear It Berlin Fesival invited lots of people to a meetup that will take place once a month at the Fablab Berlin. I went to the first meetup on the 4th of November and brought Kristine my new artist in residence and two friends with … Continue reading
Tape Art for beginners… by Susan Spencer Conklin, fbz and me. And Led Throwie in a tutu!
Bitcraftlab Martin Schneider brought his embroidery machine and used the software EmbroiderModder to embroider several pieces here first being the etib logo. Last day of knit/hack/craft was a crafty, tinkery afternoon with ayab, fbz and bitcraftlab on sat 05.04.0214. It was a really lovely event week which I enjoyed very much and will always remember … Continue reading
AYAB came to demo their hack and we had a lovely, relaxed afternoon of tinkering and crafting. Ayab stands for All Yarns Are Beautiful! Watch for Ayab a the Hannover Maker Faire 05.-06. July 2014! Ayab Chris demo´ing the KH 910. Some math pattern… fbz banjo playing dinosaur Ayab Andz explaining the hack. The inside … Continue reading
Sekundaerschick hosted a great workshop helping create new clothes and accessoiries from old clothes. One of the hosts brought her kids and we got the addicted to machine knitting! Creative consultation and textile printing with patterned wall rollers. Measuring for size and cutting old and new cloth. A few creative products were made by the … Continue reading
AND the VIDEO!
fbz exhibits 2 signature scarves (middle & right) both knitted on the kh 930
Workshop – Generative Crowd Crafting with bitcraftlab 04.04.2014 @ etib