Welcome to the home of tinyStudio Creative Life Magazine – a digital and print publication for lovers of all things fiber and yarn, 100+ pages in each issue filled with inspiration, creativity, tutorials, and stunning images focussed on mindfulness in your creativity. The digital publication is accompanied by monthly video podcasts for subscribers only, designed to enrich and enhance the content of each issue, with hands-on demos, interviews, and informational subjects. READ MORE

Fiberygoodness also offers a range of Online Inspirational courses for Fiber Artists. Please feel free to browse around the website to explore the currently available courses, or to enter the exciting world of tinyStudio Creative Life!

Announcing the addition of PRINT SUBSCRIPTIONS for tinyStudio Creative Life magazine! You can now purchase a 12 month print subscription.  

You can also subscribe for the tinyStudio Digital Package which brings monthly online extras as well as the quarterly digital magazine!


Download your FREE ‘best of’ issue created to celebrate our first year of tinyStudio. Click here to download your copy>

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Testimonials

To have a print version means I can take my TS to the beach and get inspired. It also means I can donate copies to my local spinner’s guild. And yes, there’s nothing like curling up with my favorite mag and enjoying it, cover to cover!

Julie Ann Boissonneault Benac

I love tinyStudio magazine- it is full of informative articles and inspiration for fiber artists. It has given me reasons to try different things that I wouldn’t have known about otherwise, and my spinning abilities have grown a lot thanks to tinyStudio!

Megan Brackett

Seriously good magazine no matter what type of fibre work you do

Sue Lindsay

I love tiny studio magazine! It is so inspirational to me to see what other Fibre artists are doing. I also love having a peek into others studios. I really like magazines so a hard copy would be wonderful.

Sara Holbrook

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