Anna Maltz

Anna speaks also perfectly Dutch so language should not be a problem.
Maximum number of participants is 15 per workshop.

Anna Maltz is an avid sweaterspotter. You can find her regular column in PomPom Quarterly magazine. Her first book of knitting patterns is inspired by penguins. She gets around by bike in handknit woolly jumpers and secondhand everything.
Coming from a long line of artists, weavers, architects and assorted other makers, she calls London home and is the first of her family born in Britain (which is why she speaks Dutch fluently). She did her time knitting in the art world before sidestepping into designing and teaching. It satisfies her love of technical intricacies, a good puzzle, hands-on activities, community, colour and ideas.

You can visit her website here. And her Sweaterspotter blog here.
You can also follow her on Ravelry, at the moment she has a KAL with patterns from the Penguin book (#?KAL).

Thursdayevening (pre-show-workshop) – Introduction in Marlisle
Fridaymorning – Introduction in Marlisle
Fridayafternoon – Lecture art/knitting/designing
Fridayevening- Designing Marlisle (masterclass in 2 parts, the second part will take place on Saturdayafternoon)
Saturdaymorning- Introduction in Marlisle
Saturdayafternoon – Designing Marlisle (masterclass in 2 parts)


(sweater in Marlisle technique, from ‘Penguin a knit collection’ by Anna Maltz)