School of Sweet Georgia Discount for Knitty Readers

Firelight on Yak/Silk. I'm trying very hard not to buy this and may by Felicia Lo
Firelight on Yak/Silk. I’m trying very hard not to buy this and may fail…… by Felicia Lo

Have you seen Felicia Lo’s wonderful School of Sweet Georgia lately? Felicia has recently launched School of Sweet Georgia version two and it is dynamite.

Instead of the standard “buy one class at a time” model, Felicia has created a immersive learning experience.

For an annual fee that’s less than $20 per month, you can learn the ins and outs of spinning, dyeing, knitting, and weaving with a focus on color, color, color.

In addition to deep dive video clases there are shorter mini workshops, live classes, a community forum, and a live Q&A monthly.

All of the information about the school can be found here. 

Felicia is an expert dyer, spinner, knitter and weaver, and an excellent teacher. The videos are clear, easy to follow, and easy to learn from.So far, there are two classes on color theory: Colour Play and Colour Mastery and two classes on dyeing: Dyeing Intentional Colour and Dyeing Complex Colour. The newest class is Spinning from Scratch, a beginning spinning class. New content is added regularly, and Felicia is filming a new class as I write this.

More than anything the whole environment of the school is welcoming, beautiful and so very inspiring. It is a celebration of creativity and color.

Felicia is generously offering a discount on the annual membership fee to Knitty readers.

If you are interested in learning about color and fiber art in a supportive, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable environment the School of Sweet Georgia is the place you want to be.

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Jillian is the​ author of the best-selling spinning book Yarnitecture. She is the editor​ of Knittyspin and Developmental Editor for PLY and PLY Books. She kinda loves this spinning thing and wants everyone who spins to love it too, so she teaches and writes a lot. She knits, weaves, and stitches and tries to do as much of it as she can with handspun yarn. She's always cooking up all kinds of exciting and creative things combining fiber arts. She likes her mysteries British, her walks woodsy, and to spend as much time as she can laughing. Spy on her on her website