In September 2014, I received this fibre in the Sweet Georgia Yarns’ fibre club, which was new to me at the time. I had just joined and thus far, had had good results from my spun club fibres. This particular month, for some reason, really challenged me and I didn’t quite know what to do… Continue reading A Hand-pulled Roving Experience
The idea of reviewing spinning fibre is always a little overwhelming because there are so many things a handspinner takes into consideration when choosing fibre to spin. Some want to feel and look at in person prior to spinning, others buy all of their fibre online and through experience learn what they like, and others,… Continue reading absolutely every time.
My mom is a studio-trained artist with an honours Fine Arts degree. Growing up, and particularly in recent years, we have had many conversations about creating and inspiration for said creating. Recently, on a Woolful episode, Ashley’s guest mentioned that crafting is particularly satisfying because it uses both the left and right brain. In knitting,… Continue reading Hand-pulled roving results.
I wanted to share with you my final projects for Tour de Fleece. While I am sad that it is over, I really enjoyed seeing everyone’s projects on Instagram and Ravelry. Rather than write and edit a post containing everything I finished, as well as started, I thought I would record a video post again!… Continue reading tour de fleece. finale.