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FREE Designer Talk with Kate Fisher!

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FREE Designer Talk with Kate Fisher!

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Kate Fisher is a designer for Shibui Knits. We are hosting a trunk show of her work, and she will be at the shop on Saturday, March 10th from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm. This is a free event, but we ask you to register so we can arrange the space to accommodate everyone!

Kate Fisher is a mixed media artist, art therapist, and knitwear designer.  She launched Black Bird Knits in 2014, but her history with the craft of knitting began much early in her life.  She was seven years old when her friend’s mother taught her how to knit.

Using raw materials and simple tools to make things that are beautiful and functional has always intrigued Kate. Creating an object “one stitch at a time” is a powerful experience for her.

She is proud of the fact that she has taught hundreds of young people how to knit.

 Her modern elegant Black Bird Knits designs are named after the streets of Rochester, New York, where she lives with her husband, Ken Fisher.

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Kate Fisher is a designer for Shibui Knits. We are hosting a trunk show of her work, and she will be at the shop on Saturday, March 10th from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm. This is a free event, but we ask you to register so we can arrange the space to accommodate everyone!

Kate Fisher is a mixed media artist, art therapist, and knitwear designer.  She launched Black Bird Knits in 2014, but her history with the craft of knitting began much early in her life.  She was seven years old when her friend’s mother taught her how to knit.

Using raw materials and simple tools to make things that are beautiful and functional has always intrigued Kate. Creating an object “one stitch at a time” is a powerful experience for her.

She is proud of the fact that she has taught hundreds of young people how to knit.

 Her modern elegant Black Bird Knits designs are named after the streets of Rochester, New York, where she lives with her husband, Ken Fisher.