Presented by:

Ursula Wolz

from RiverSound Solutions

A participant in the Logo Community since 1975. Yes. I'm that old. I am a language agnostic working at the intersection of Fiber Arts and Artificial Intelligence with forays into health maintenance. My philosophy is "creators with rather than consumers of" technology.

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Introducing a set of activities aligned with TurtleStitch and Snap! that support the development of the mental muscle models used in developing computer code. This work is the most recent version of "Code Crafting" ( that brings together the essential skills to relate textile crafting and fiber arts to computer programming. The online resource will launched at SnapCon providing both on and off computer activities aligned with core mental and physical muscle memory for both domains. A slew of projects based on the notion of creating physical bags ranging from small purses to grocery bags supports novice textile artist and/or coders in building sustainable skills and concepts. This approach to the teaching of coding as been almost 40 years in the making, and has finally converged as hands on textile craft (sewing, quilting, embroidery, knitting) and project planning in Snap! and Turtlestitch.

20 min
Auditorium (Online)
Snap!Con 2023
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