I attended this workshop (though I am really not sure I should call it a workshop) at Janie's Sewing Corner in Cleveland, Ohio. I haven't even been home 1 hour and I am so pumped with inspiration I had to sit down and write a review now. The class description was stated as "This will be a free-form lecture/slide presentation on how to look at the creative process itself, including exploration, inspiration, mistakes, misfires and the like that goes into the finished work." Kenneth used slide images to describe his own path from where and how he started to today. He showed images that inspired him to create the most magnificent garments. His style and manner of presentation is filled with anecdotal humor delivered with a very unique style and flair. It is very difficult to summarize just what Kenneth covered and I am quite certain that everyone present is going to take away something very different. A couple of nuggets that touched me most: 1) Create the illusion of perfection don't shoot for perfection (you will never finish anything if you do); 2) Build garments for a 25-year life; 3) Don't put every idea into one garment 4) It's not a stash, it's raw materials. If you are able to attend this anywhere, I highly recommend. Even if you don't take away any sewing-related knowledge, Kenneth is highly entertaining. It costs more to attend a concert for much less entertainment. I am highly inspired to head into my own 'design studio' now.