With it being prime festival season, and my visit to Rhinebeck coming up, I wanted to take the time, to write down a little guide for when it comes to attending yarn festivals. As a […]
Having grown up with a mum, who does a lot of fibre arts, especially sewing, I was always aware, of how clothes are made. And I had the possibility to choose the patterns and fabrics […]
Well, I suppose it depends on your definition of holiday, though personally I prefer to call it a trip or a sabbatical. While I won’t go to work and won’t have a permanent address, I […]
are you sewing ?
--curious little girl asking me and my friend, when we were knitting in the park
Not long to go now. In a little over a month I will step onto a plane that will take me once around the world. To visit friends, learn new, mainly textile related skills and […]
I suppose we all have them. The leftover yarns from a finished project. The colour coordinated mini-skein sets. The ends we cut off a blocked project. The tangled up pieces of yarn, we can’t be […]
A town with a lively start-up culture, invested in sustainability, Rocky Mountains National Park at its door step. That’s all good and well, but really, I want to move to Denver to have Fancy Tiger […]