Introduction to the machines and making small samples Weaving 3D Printing Lasercutting Knitting Our participants making things And check out our new workshops: MTSLab
On sat we gave our Mini workshops in the Library am Luisenbad (it used to be a 19th century spa for all people) that is just around the corner from our studio. Rute and I setup directly in the library between the books and knitted our own signs to guide people to us: We were … Continue reading
Just a small teaser for the workshop where you can learn to weave on an arduino controlloed loom, knitting on a hacked knitting machine and 3 d print & lasercut accessories. More info We still have tickets! Mad Textile Skills Lab Yes, we like our cats on everything! 😀
New workshops for the cold season at FabLab: Book one hour to knit a hat, scarf or bag or just to get some expert advice on your own project. Find out how to quickly realise your knitwear ideas! Knit yo´self Workshop If you are interested in learning the basics or looking for an intense workshop … Continue reading
Pimoroni talking about the Makerfaire Berlin (Part I) ETIBerlin´s Knitmural being shown at about 14min and ETIBerlin also mentioned at about 22min. YAY!
Check out Pimoronis tour of the makerfaire 2015 & Berlin and ETIBerlin at 21 min.
Lange Nacht der Museen (Long Night of the Museums) took place on the 17th of August 2016 and we were invited to host our mini workshops with the hacked knitting machines at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin (Natural History Museum). It was so much fun being up late in the museum and I was suprised … Continue reading
In collaboration with the Technikmuseum Rute Chaves and I offered a Workshop for kids in the middle of the textile machine exhibition on the 27th of July. Having recently sold a hacked machine to the museum (more info in later post) I helped kids knit out the motifs of their choice (cats, dinos, tapirs, sugar … Continue reading
Alternative software to using the knitting machine with the AYAB Hack and an App written by Juliane Götz Juliane is a designer who is currently working in a collective and using VVVV software. She developed the app for an event to use the knitting machine and feeding it with information obtained via sensors and cameras. … Continue reading
Today Chris and Andz came to ETIBerlin to test a few different brother knitting machines models (thanks Kristine for loaning the KH 965!) and talk about exciting new developments (some of which I can´t mention yet…). It was a total geekout, so much fun and very informative! AYAB and ETIBerlin can now confirm, that following … Continue reading