My cat Squeegee’s kisses, especially first thing in the morning, or when I’m feeling down.
The beautiful, varied North Carolina countryside.
The amazing, incredibly supportive and nurturing friendships that I have with my Artist’s Cluster, Melissa, and Maya.
The new, improved close relationship that’s grown between my Mother and myself.
The feeling of cool water on my face, best experienced when just waking up.
My ability to magickally turn wool into yarn, then into a garment.
Green growing things and how happy and complete they help me feel.
Driving anywhere by myself in my Jeeple. It is possibly the best time for me to really think about the important things.
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Building from the foundation of traditional fiber arts, Christiane Knight has embraced a modern aesthetic of texture and color to convey energy, emotion, and movement. Self taught, she espouses the idea of moving knitting, crochet, weaving, and other fiber arts from the dismissive label of “craft” to a full-fledged artistic form.
Her current work combines natural elements like stones, metals, and plant matter with hand dyed wools and other fibers to create wearable pieces as well as items to adorn the home with what she deems the Urban Mystic style – one foot in the modern world, one in the classic.
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