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

Goals for the New Year

Goals for the New Year

It’s hard to believe we are wrapping up another year already! As we get close to the end of the year I like to gather all the projects I’ve done over the year and pile them up into a group photo. It helps me take in everything I’ve accomplished and also so I can think on what sort of goals I want for the New Year. I don’t like to make goals that are too hard set, it’s more like

Outstanding Images Student Feature

Outstanding Images Student Feature

Two months ago we released my very first course Outstanding Images. It’s been amazing following our students work and seeing them grow as photographers. Using the course book we’ve created and our private group each student is learning what to keep in mind while taking their photos and how they can continue to improve with each photo they take. I love getting to check the group daily to see what new photos are being posted, seeing each student grow, and

Brand New Course: Outstanding Images

Brand New Course: Outstanding Images

Hiya everyone! It’s Evanita, I’m so excited to announce that my very first Fiber Arts course Outstanding Images for the Fiber Artist is now available! It has been a dream of mine for quite a long time to be able to help Artisans with being able to take the best photos of their work possible, to really showcase the hard work they’ve put into their creations. It can be so difficult to capture the real beauty of three dimensional work

Entering Your Handspun into the Fair

As a kid one of the things I always looked forward to during the summer was the local county 4-H Fair(local county/state fair organization in the US). I’d spend the year prior to the event working on various projects to enter into the 4-H Fair. None of these were fiber arts related though as I wasn’t quite into that yet. I had a lot of fun and I remember learning a lot. After I grew out of the age group

St. Distaff’s Day

As the year is quickly approaching its end, we all reflect upon what the New Year has in store for us. One of the first things I eagerly look forward to is St. Distaff’s day(also known as Rock Day), a holiday for all of us spinners! This special day during Medieval times was the first day after the twelve days of Christmas, the 7th day of January. This marked the time when women would return to work, resuming their household

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