Amy Christoffers offers a brief but enlightening look at the style of Bohus knitting, the inspiration for her new design, the Helen Pullover : Amy’s Thread: Bohus Inspiration | berroco design studio.
by Lori Law Owner: Rachel Brown Shop: http://www.porpoisefur.com/ Q: How did you decide to start an indie fiber business? I decided to start my own dyeing business in the summer of 2011. My training is as...
by Robin Nistock Cotswold sheep have been in the United States since at least the early 1800s but because of dwindling demand during the mid 1900s the breed almost became extinct. Thanks to the...
First off, I really like the format of this ebook! It comes on a flash drive in its own little storage tin. This is a great way to keep it stored securely and also will help to keep it from getting lost in the fray of electronic gadgets and USB drives and other paraphernalia we all seem to cart around with us these days.
When I think back over the years about all the different little gizmos I’ve used to mark stitches in a pinch, I realized I was forced to be pretty imaginative. I would use anything that would hold a stitch or slip over my needles; plastic bread closures, twisty ties, lengths of contrasting yarn, safety pins, paper clips, straws cut to size, even cheerios (and yes they held up just as badly as you’d think). I decided to explore and experiment with a multitude of objects that would not only be functional stitch markers but would be sturdy, a bit outside the box, hold some intrigue, and burst with fun vibrant colors. […]
So, I’m planning to weave up some plain-weave two-colour scarves for an artisan show I’m involved in at the end of November. Combining two separate colours together in my mind from what I have around the studio in cottons and/or cotton-linen (one colour for the warp, one for the weft, keeping it simple) led me to reviewing the Color Grid, by Gail Callahan. […]