Weavers fall in love with looms the way knitters become swept away by an amazing line of yarns or the way spinners need to add just one more spindle or wheel to their collection. There is something simply irresistible about having access to a carefully made resource that is beautiful and functional and supports maximum expression in a fiber craft. […]
These mittens are worked from cuff to fingertip, in the round, and feature a stranded colourwork pattern. They have a more rounded top than is usual, but are otherwise designed in the traditional Norwegian mitten style.
This winter accessory was inspired by the summertime hay meadows of the northern Pennines in England. The slopes are dotted with stone barns (represented by the Faroese seed pattern on the palms) and myriad blooming wildflowers. […]
The Romans sure did love a good party, and celebrating the New Year began with them. They dedicated the day to Janus, the god of gates, doors, and beginnings. With most of the world following a Gregorian calendar, New Year’s Eve has become a universal time of merrymaking. […]
Elegant, easy, and sure to please. More addictive than potato chips, when in doubt, make two trays. [,,,]