This July I spent a week teaching at the magical John C Campbell Folk School. Nestled in the Appalachian Mountains, it’s a creative hotspot for everyone who attends.
I can’t believe it’s just a couple weeks until the launch date of my new Craftsy class, Fiber Preparations for Spinning ( though it’s for felters and weavers too!)
Well, the silence is OVER!! All 3 things I have been working on (simultaneously) are finished and I can finally spill the beans!!
I know I’m going to have more than a good time when my great friend Lexi Boeger of Pluckyfluff fame comes to town!! I’d just come home from teaching at the Tropical Flordia Weavers Guild annual retreat, but I grabbed the wine, hopped in the car and headed up to Asheville for some good Boeger […]
Ah Maryland Sheep and Wool. It’s that festival we all love and hate at the same time. SO good to see friends, pet sheep, drool over fleeces.. but NEVER enough money to buy all the pretty, yarny, shiny things we want to fill our studios and stashes!! This year was no different…
There is something special happening right now. The Journey to the Golden Fleece is a creative challenge, it’s an art journal exercise with fiber as a medium, and it’s designed to expand your internal horizons and your fiber knowledge.
It’s hard to believe it’s November and another SAFF has gone by! It’s like a roller coaster ride.. the slow tick to the top and a whirlwind fun ride that’s over before you know it!! And what a ride it was! Full of yarn and sheep and bright leaves on the mountain, with a little […]
The second part of the whirlwind summer adventure was spent in Chicago and then French Canada! We played with yarn and fiber at Stitches Midwest, then played with more yarn and fiber at the Twist Fiber Festival- with more playing with yarn and fiber, and a few museums and shopping in between!