First lets start with something festive! Actually, beyond the image above, I don’t know quite where to start, this year has been eventful! At the beginning of 2018 all I knew was that I had ideas, that the website needed updating and refreshing, and the vague feeling that in order to increase my creative time I needed to put my ideas about simplification and organisation into practice! Added to this the ongoing parenting involved in getting a ten year old
I need to start by saying this is a dream come true, creating the fibery magazine that I have always wanted to read! And after a very long time in the planning, our website is reignited and the very first issue is out with subscribers. I can breathe again 🙂 I am over the moon thrilled with how Issue One has come together, Evanita and I found such a variety of incredible artists who share beautiful insights into their processes
This week we have something a bit different for you, we decided to do a video blog to share what we are currently working on: WIPs and projects 🙂 Please grab a cuppa, your own WIP, and join us for a little while as we talk fiberygoodness 🙂
Time flies…I look up and it’s been a month already since we rolled out Sock School. It has been a complete thrill to see people making their first socks! I love to see the yarn combinations people put together and help them work through the techniques.
Arlene’s Notes: One of the great blessings of the partnership between Suzy and myself is the synergy of taking a germ of an idea, watering it with collaboration, and then watching it grow into something exciting. Our new book, “The Big Book of Fibery Rainbows” is a thrilling manifestation of this process. And, so with tremendous pride, with this blog post, we launch our first printed book!!! Read on to find out more… It has arrived, the BIG Book of
We have a big announcement today! The FiberyGoodness Majacraft e-store is open!! I am sure many of you know we have a history with Majacraft from right back at the very Fiberygoodness beginning. Together we designed and developed the Circular looms for the Golden Fleece course, looms which have become very popular indeed! We have loved seeing this craft take off and the development of the circle weaving Facebook Group too! And of course even before this Suzy (me!) had been happily
This week we have a new and exciting announcement to make, because once again our little team is expanding! We are super lucky to welcome on board the lovely Claire Des Bruyeres! Claire is now our French Connection, the oo in our la, the croissant with our coffee, our point of contact for all our treasured French speaking students! We are deeply grateful that Claire has made herself available to help us in this way, along with Jan and Evanita!
Oh my! I can’t tell you how much Arlene and I have been enjoying the postings from the S3 (Sketch Spin Scribe) students over these last weeks.. WOW! What wonderful spin experiences people have been sharing, and really stunning yarns, and they keep coming! When Arlene and I developed the Journey to the Golden Fleece course, our focus was on developing creativity, helping people get out of a spinning rut and opening up possibilities through a journey of discovery. It is
I call her “The Master”…She’s like J-Lo, she can do it all…I’m talking about the wonderful Melissa Yoder Ricks of Wild Hare Fiber Studio. We are so very pleased to share that Melissa is going to be going us in November to lead three very special online spin sessions. Melissa’s first session, on November 6th, 11 AM EST, is on her corespinning secrets — Ever wanted to spin a balanced core spun yarn? Now is your chance to find out