Welcome to the home of tinyStudio Creative Life Magazine – a digital 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. This substantial publication is accompanied by fortnightly 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
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August 2020 Issue 8
In this issue you will find a strong focus on colour; colour in design, how to select colours from your stash, how to choose colours for your projects (and why your favourite knitting colour might not be your favourite colour to wear!). We also explore the rich and textured weavings of Crossing Threads, adventure through Janine La Luz’s amazing studio, and travel around the world to meet sheep and their people. We hope you will also enjoy the spinning and fiber preparation articles and tutorials in these 118 big-pages of fibery goodness!
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“I have to say that tinyStudio Creative Life Magazine has far exceeded my expectations. Every issue keeps getting better & better. It’s so nice to have a magazine that’s full of amazing and unique content that can’t be found in any other fiber-related magazine. It’s become a place for me to find new fiber friends to add on Facebook and Instagram. I love my fiber community!!!” – Carrie Pugh (Mills)
“The new magazine is like a breath of fresh air. Full of amazing and different content. But to have the tv side of things, brings words and pictures to life! I look forward to reading each article in depth and watching the videos that follow, but most of all, the indulgence of our craft expertly put together. Well done Suzy and team for reinventing the magazine beautifully.” – Michelle Johnson