Fiona Morris is an experienced knitting teacher and designer. She has been knitting all her life and has been teaching a wide range of knitting techniques, both hand and machine knitting since the mid-1990s, in the UK, Europe and Australia. She has had her work exhibited internationally, and has demonstrated knitting techniques at the V&A Museum and at a number of textile exhibitions including The Knitting and Stitching Show and Unravel. Her designs and technical articles have been published in a number of UK magazines including Knitting, The Knitter, Simply Knitting, Let’s Knit and Yarn Forward/Yarnwise. She has also written Knitter with Beads (Crowood, 2018).
Knitting squares for patchwork blankets can be a meditative, joyful occupation, and a convenient way to use up left-over yarn but stitching the squares together is a chore! Fiona Morris, and experienced knitter and international teacher since the mid 1990's , shares her knowledge and techniques so that knitters can produce completed items, joining each unit along the way.