Greetings from the farm, In collaboration with the local "historielag", I will be presenting, and supporting the knitting techniques behind the traditional Trønderkofte, during the St. Olav festival at the Bygdemuseum.
This is the kofte that represents this region of Trøndelag (the middle of Norway), historically and my home.
Registration for the local offering is currently sold out. In preparation for the remote, visual seminar, within my Virtual Classroom - which will include access and facilitation of the pattern, at the end of the seminar --- I am collecting information from interested participants, in order to gauge the interest and to calculate an approximation of the fees that must be paid to access the pattern.
This is NOT registration - but an interest inventory only.
The presentation and visual seminar are set for the opening of the St. Olav festival during the weekend of July 29th. The local festival runs from July 28th through August 3rd. Please note that the online visual seminar will run longer, without a set time frame.
If you are interested in participating in following the online, visual seminar via the Knitography Farm Virtual Classroom - you can sign up to receive additional information - including the link to registration when it opens. Please note! This is not a guided course. This is a visual demonstration of this traditional garment. I will be the only one knitting this piece during the actual seminar.
You must at a minimum have registered for and have access to the basic Traditional Norwegian Stranded knitting course offered on my website, to particpate.
If you are interested in participating in this upcoming offering, receiving all information and notification of open registration, please fill out the interest inventory... HERE Velkommen! Additional wonders? Please leave a comment below. I will get back to you as soon as possible. Please keep in mind that this is the holiday season here in Norway and my response time is slightly longer than usual. Takk!