Introducing tinyStudio! Its a book! Its a new Magazine!

Introducing tinyStudio! Its a book! Its a new Magazine!

We live in a world of instant communications, digital lifestyles, and busy living, keeping us permanently ‘on’ and frequently feeling rushed and uncreative. Even in our lives as fiber artists we can find ourselves swirling around in a myriad of online courses, books, and YouTube tutorials with step by step instructions for a million different yarns. And then there are all the tools and toys: combs, wheels, e-spinners, drum carders, lazy kates… Do you feel a little overwhelmed at all

It’s a ‘Make-Along’ Livestream with Christiane Knight!

It’s a ‘Make-Along’ Livestream with Christiane Knight!

Hello! Since last I posted, I’ve been hard at work on the second elemental representation for the FiberyGoodness Artist in Residency. But I’ve had so many folks asking me questions about the last project and how they can create their own! Suzy had the brilliant idea that we should have a livestreaming session where we could lead folks in making their own object. This is a great way to ask detailed questions about construction, conceptualizing projects like this, and any

The Winds of Change..

The Winds of Change..

They are a-blowing! Sometimes its all thats needed, it starts as a breeze of an idea and then it grows into a gusty lusty bigass idea that you just cant ignore! This is what has been happening behind the scenes at Fiberygoodness.com. It started with a small idea and has grown into something that is going to create some big changes. This is something of a rebranding, something of a direction change. We will still be offering and hosting a

Oh Batty, How Many Ways Shall I Spin Thee?

Oh Batty, How Many Ways Shall I Spin Thee?

Right on the heels of our newest online course “Dymanic Colour Blending: Carding” which covers a range of ways to card fiber into batts and rolags, here is a post that’s going to help you spin up your lovely lofty fibres and continue the colour management learned through the course. If you haven’t done the course yet you can still use these ideas! During the five videos I created for the course, and also given as exercises in the workbook

Yarn Glazing: A Tutorial

Yarn Glazing: A Tutorial

Silk hankies, what to do with them?! This was a question I was asking myself back in 2013 when I first started wrapping textured yarns up in silk. My first experiments involved some eyelash yarn and a coil, you can read about it on the Majacraft blog, it was all started with a dream about cobwebs 🙂 https://www.majacraft.co.nz/?p=516 Since then I have continued to play around with materials and techniques to refine the process and see what else I could do

Tour de Fleece 2018

Tour de Fleece 2018

Hiya everyone, Next month starts one of my absolute favorite only fibery events Tour de Fleece! For anyone who may not be aware of this event it’s a super fun one that takes place online mostly on Ravelry and in some Facebook groups as well as offline through spinning guilds and groups of friends. This event was named after Tour de France an annual multiple stage bicycle event help in France over the course of three weeks in July. This

Seasonal Projects

I love it that we are such a global community here on Fiberygoodness, we have wonderful connections throughout Europe, the US, and here in the Southern Hemisphere too. It leads to an amazing diversity of experiences, fibers, and projects! At the moment here in New Zealand we are well into Autumn, the trees have very much turned and there is a chill in the air that makes me want to snuggle up in front of a blazing fire, watch old

Artist in Residence: Christiane Knight shares “EARTH”

Artist in Residence: Christiane Knight shares “EARTH”

We hope you have been following along with our current Fiberygoodness Artist in Residence, Christiane Knight of Three Ravens Fiber. Chris is an amazingly talented and creative goddess and throughout her residency she is sharing her process in the creation of a series of art pieces. This is a wonderful insight into how something like this is developed and comes to life. After following Chris’s inspiration, thoughts, and preparation process, this week we get to see the first piece actually

Balancing Fiber Biz and Fiber Arts

Balancing Fiber Biz and Fiber Arts

A blogpost brought to you by Christiane Knight of Three Ravens Fiber! (Fiberygoodness Artist in Residence) “She was unstoppable. Not because she did not have failures or doubts, but because she continued on despite them” – Beau Taplin Hello, my friends. Today, I’m going to tell you all about Good Intentions and the Roads that they pave. *grin* The phrase I’ve been using lately is “life is getting in the way.” Not as an excuse, because it just IS, you

Journey to the Golden Fleece Fiber Creativity Course

Journey to the Golden Fleece Fiber Creativity Course

The time has come for epic fibery adventures… Enrolments are now open! This is a very special announcement from Fiberygoodness, as it heralds a new Sailing for our flagship course – the Journey to the Golden Fleece! This course is completely online, self paced (although we have a schedule) and a wonderful chance to expand your creative fibery horizons along with your fellow crewmates! (Illustration from the Coursebook) What is special about the Journey to the Golden Fleece? This is

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