About workshops

Keep & Share: the first ten years

Self-published pamphlet
Amy Twigger Holroyd
In August 2014, to celebrate the ten year anniversary of Keep & Share, I produced a 16-page pamphlet in which I look back at the development and evolution of my work. The printed version of the pamphlet was produced in a limited edition of 100 copies. An interactive version is also available to download.

Simply Knitting

Gain new knitting skills with a Keep & Share workshop
Outlines my 'Calculate your own patterns' weekend workshop.

Amelia's Magazine

Prick Your Finger and Amy Twigger Holroyd present Stitch Hacking
Describes my stitch-hacking exhibition workshop and exhibition at Prick Your Finger.

Simply Knitting

Knit Your Own Gladys Cardi with Amy Twigger Holroyd
Describes a Keep & Share knitting workshop.

Sue Lane

Knitting Workshop
Sue Lane
Blog post about my stitch-hacking workshop, November 2010.

Tatenda Nhamo

Amy Twigger Holroyd - Keep and Share
About a workshop on my seamless knitting technique.

From Britain With Love

Course notes: Learn to knit with Keep & Share
Blog post about my knitting workshop at Craft Central.

Electric Sheep [podcast]

Episode 3: Anarchy and Chocolate
Podcast which discusses Keep & Share knitwear and workshops (around 21 minutes in).

The Knitter

The Knitter loves...
'Creating knitwear that people will fall in love with and wear for a long time is the philosophy behind Keep & Share. Knitwear designer Amy Twigger Holroyd sells handmade knitwear from her base in rural Herefordshire, along with one-off pieces made to commission. She also runs a series of workshops covering subjects such as multi-coloured knitting, calculating your own patterns and sock techniques, and sells recycled hand-knit yarn made from surplus industrial yarns.'

Herefordshire Life

Knit your own cardi at Lugwardine
'Would you like to celebrate National Knitting Week by knitting a cardigan in a single weekend? Amy Twigger Holroyd founded award-winning knitwear label Keep & Share in 2004 and the sustainable 'slow fashion' business has grown steadily ever since. This year she decided to throw open the doors of her Lugwardine workshop to share her skills.'