Episode #224: Julie Robinson
On today's episode of the Craft Industry Alliance podcast we're talking about knitwear design with my guest, Julie Robinson.
A more inclusive fiber industry isn’t just possible, it’s a necessity.
Designer and educator Julie Robinson is leading through example. Julie is known for publishing fashion-forward knitting patterns in an inclusive size range. And her courses on the creative and technical aspects of knitwear design are training a new generation of technical editors and knitwear designers how to do the same.
Julie spent over a decade in New York City as a fashion designer and product developer for top brands. A life-long crafter, Julie was inspired to pursue a career in fashion to learn everything she could about making clothes. Her curiosity has led her to work on a wide variety of products including sweaters (of course), dresses, socks, and even augmented reality costumes.
Now she’s sharing what she has learned from her career in fashion with fellow fiber enthusiasts.
Today's episode is sponsored by The Academy for Virtual Teaching.
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