Issue 9 has landed!

Issue 9 has landed!

I am very proud to bring you our November 2020 Issue of tinyStudio Creative Life Magazine! This has been a crazy month, and I would like to thank Evanita for her support in getting through it, and we did it on time as well! And also a big thank you to Anne for her excellent editing 🙂 I think this is one of our best issues yet! Also a massive thank you to our wonderful Sponsors – Majacraft! We couldn’t

Hand carding with Majacraft

Hand carding with Majacraft

On some of my more recent tinyStudio TV Episodes (sent out to all our lovely magazine subscribers) and also on my YouTube channel, I have been showing my use of the Majacraft Hand Cards and the resulting yarns I have spun after my fleece carding experiments! This post is my review of the Majacraft 96tpi handcards! Being a Majacraft fan, of course I have had them since they came out, and at the time I was not heavily into hand

Call for Sponsors!

Call for Sponsors!

I would like to invite you (or maybe someone you know with a fab fiber business!) to become an important part of tinyStudio Creative Life magazine! In case you haven’t met me yet, my name is Suzy Brown (aka Woolwench), and I am the owner and publisher of tinyStudio Creative Life magazine! This is a publication I am extremely proud of, as with it, I have taken my big bodacious dream of a lifestyle magazine for fiber artists, and made

Shave ‘Em to Save ‘Em

Shave ‘Em to Save ‘Em

We were so happy with our Issue 8 release, and we had so much content we just couldn’t fit it all in! So we will be running a new series of Guest posts right here on the blog for everyone to enjoy! Today I would like to welcome Audrey Busby who wrote this fascinating article about the Shave ’em to Save ’em initiative. The preservation of rare sheep breeds is really important, as it bring us ongoing learning, a wider

New Purchase Option!

New Purchase Option!

Since the very beginning of tinyStudio, I have kept all our current issues available to subscribers only. We LOVE our subscribers, their support is what keeps us going from issue to issue, video podcast to video podcast 🙂 I want to be sure that our subscribers know just how much we appreciate that support. Over time, I decided it would be great to share the magazine to a wider audience, perhaps there were people out there who did not want

The Great Quarantine Bobbin Challenge!

The Great Quarantine Bobbin Challenge!

Did you catch up with our latest challenge? This is a four way challenge between Arlene Thayer, Christiane Knight, Melissa Yoder Ricks, and myself. It all started way back in the heady days of the SpinArtiste blog, Arlene (the Spin Artiste herself) would run the most fun bobbin challenges, a ‘can you spin this’ activity in which materials were selected and posted out, and the spinners would have to get really innovative in finding ways to put them together into

Special Edition in Print!

Special Edition in Print!

Firstly, I do hope you and your loved ones are safe and well in these difficult times. This is definitely the moment for us all to work together and support each other with kindness and generosity, to hopefully ease some of the anxiety and stress we are all facing. I hope that things tinyStudio are bringing you a little light, and some creative inspiration to help you through! Don’t forget in a recent post I shared my free and complete

tiny Hackle Studio – Free Workshop

tiny Hackle Studio – Free Workshop

Fun With Spikes! Here we go! We are all, in one way or another, finding our way through the global pandemic known as Covid-19. It has been an emotional roller coaster for many of us, and I feel this is a great time to bring you something to distract you from the stresses of lockdown and social distancing. This is something I began mid 2019 after being asked to teach at Majacraft Camp 2020. The theme was ‘Naturals’. Over the

Get your free ad space in our free Directory for Fiber Artists

Get your free ad space in our free Directory for Fiber Artists

At tinyStudio we have been looking for ways to help support our community and especially those who have lost sales (and stash enhancement opportunities) as Fiber Events around the world are cancelled due to Covid-19 As one way we think we can help, we are creating a definitive directory of vendors: fiber producers and suppliers, yarn dyers, tool makers, and teachers. The goal is to get everyone listed in one place, as a resource for buyers to shop online. This

What We Can DO

What We Can DO

As the world is slowing down and we are more and more confined to keep our families and communities safe, many of us are worrying about how we can remain connected with our friends, our fiber groups, and keep our creative lives positive. One of the very earliest goals we had for Fiberygoodness when we got started in 2013 was to be a connection point for people all around the world, understanding that not everyone has a social spinning group