Upcoming Events & Features
WYLDE Crafts - Knitting Night
Wednesday, September 15, 2021
6:30 PM 8:30 PM
35 S. 3rd Street, Hudson, United States
Join us for Wylde’s first community craft night! Bring a knitting or crochet project of your choosing and stay for some socializing, drinks and an art-yarn spinning demo by local fiber artist, Lizz Hill Wiker.
If you’re new to knitting, you can pre-order a materials kit and Lizz will teach you how to knit a super simple scarf. (Fall can't come soon enough!!) You will learn the basics of reading a pattern, holding knitting needles and will master the cast on and the knit stitch. You’ll leave with the tools and skills to complete your very own chunky, wool scarf.
If you’d like knitting instruction but prefer to bring your own yarn and needles, we recommend bringing a skein of super chunky yarn and straight needles (anywhere in the size range US 15-19).
Summer Saturdays, 2021
Toolry's Dates: May 15th, June 26th, August 7th, September 18th, October 30th
Time: 11am - 5pm
Location: WYLDE Hudson, 35 S. Third Street, Hudson, NY 12534
WYLDE Market, Hudson, NY
From April to October, WYLDE Hudson will host its first annual Summer Saturdays Market featuring a selection of handpicked vendors across apparel, accessories, vintage and apothecary.
Lizz will have a tent, featuring her Toolry collection of fiber-based jewelry and wearables on 5 Saturdays from May through October.
If you're based in NYC and haven't yet visited Hudson, be sure to plan a weekend trip! Hudson is a quick 2-hr train ride from Penn Station and the historic Warren Street is a quick walk from the train. Hudson is a small-town haven for artists and creatives, featuring a wide range of antique shops, restaurants, cocktail bars, coffee shops and a variety of specialty stores. If you've been meaning to get to Hudson, summer IS the time to visit!
Lizz Hill x Formlabs
In September, 2019, Lizz made the jump from fashion to 3D printing by joining the Business Development team at Formlabs, the leader in Desktop SLA 3D printing.
In her new role, Lizz is responsible for creating new partnership opportunities across industries to drive both Formlabs and various industry leaders forward, developing new 3D printing solutions for applications within manufacturing, prototyping/sampling, supply chain and consumer goods production.
Lizz is always looking for opportunities to speak at events and conferences around fashion, product design, women in tech and 3D printing and would love to hear from you if you're interested in partnering with her.
Lizz (Hill) Wiker grew up in the Pacific Northwest where she spent her days learning, crafting, designing and making. Her long time love of textiles and sewing led her to New York where she pursued an education in Textile Development and Marketing and Accessories Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology.
Outside of her role at Formlabs, Lizz is heavily involved in the 3D tech community and has partnered with many organizations supporting women in technology and STEM for children; Women in 3D Printing, Girls Who Code, Women In Wearbles, etc. She's given talks, participated in panel discussions and regularly teaches digital design classes.
In her spare time, Lizz dabbles heavily in fiber arts like knitting, crochet, hand weaving and yarn spinning as well as experimental embroidery for which she teaches workshops in both Boston and New York.
Lizz's current resume can be viewed here.
Need a little technical help?
Need help bringing your design idea to life? Lizz specialize in rigid or organic 3D models of jewelry and hardware and has a strong background in metal (zinc and brass) manufacturing.
Before joining Formlabs, Lizz was a full-time 3D modeler and manage the 3D print lab for a major American handbag company, based in New York City. She was responsible for the technical development of the company's hardware, jewelry and other related products.
Lizz holds a B.F.A. in Accessories Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology and has worked in the fashion industry for the past 15 years.
Lizz can work from sketches, finished drawings, photos, and off of existing parts or other real-life references. All 3D design projects are priced by the hour and her quote includes your rights to the final model and high-quality (non-watermarked) renderings.She can offer guidance on manufacture-ability or 3D print-ability to ensure your design meets the requirements for your desired end-use.
Check out Lizz's Shapeway's profile for her full Designer-For-Hire bio.
To contact her directly, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here.