‘Brutalist’ Knitting Workshops!
21st and 22nd September

Join knitwear designer Jeni Allison to create a knitted scarf inspired by the brutalist architecture of Seamount Court and Porthill Court in Aberdeen. Over two online workshops, you will create building blocks that can be knitted together to create a scarf, blanket or knitted wall hanging.

Jeni is a knitwear designer developing knits for her brand Jeni Allison, as well as other customers and manufacturers. She also is also a part-time knit technician at Glasgow School of Art.

The workshops are on 21st and 22 September from 6.30 -9.00 pm and are free to attend. Some materials will be required.
Suitable for beginners or those with a little knitting experience.

The workshops are bookable via Eventbrite by clicking the following links:

September 21st Brutalist Knitting Workshop

September 22nd Brutalist Knitting Workshop

We also have a series of other upcoming events funded by Aberdeen City Heritage Trust and organised by GHAT which explores the history of Aberdeen’s built heritage through creativity and making.