Here we go. Ennea will still post occasional home-grown articles and patterns, but, for the most part, we’ll be highlighting interesting finds from around the Internet relating to the world of crafting a life...
by Lori Law Once I had a taste of inkle weaving (although I remember at some point saying, I don’t really have time for this card weaving thing, even though it looks really fun...
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. […]
There are a TON of things I like about this book. […]
Several years ago, a friend and I agreed to exchange handspun shawls: hers for me would be knit, mine for her would be woven. […]
In June of 2009, I started spinning frequently on spindles. At first, I spun wool, intended for knitting or knotted pile, but soon I tried silk, and I began to accumulate skeins I thought would be perfect for knitting a silk shawl. […]