(Click the contents page to view larger) Release date 29 August 2019 This issue is now available to all current subscribers! The underlying focus of this issue is that of ‘Harmony’, something that I have found we are all looking for and enjoy in our lives. Of course in our fibery lives even more so, as spinning, knitting, weaving, stitching.. these hand crafts are frequently the actual source of the harmonies we create in our lives. Throughout this issue
It is here! We have a shiny new Issue of tinyStudio Creative Life magazine available now to all Subscribers! This time we get behind the scenes with some amazing spinning wheel creators, we have some awesome hands on tutorials, and we have the thoughts and ideas of some extremely inspirational fiber artists. After the launch of issue One I was feeling anxious about being able to match the quality and depth of Issue One, but I very quickly saw that
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
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
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
Many moons ago, I became a Sock Knitter. While I dye, spin, weave, knit and crochet, deep down inside lives an eternal Sock Knitter. By a rough estimate, I’ve knit 500,000 stitches in the pursuit of making footwear. Maybe it’s because I’ve always loved shoes that I naturally gravitated towards making socks. It still amazes me that with two needles and some yarn, the curves and angles of the foot can be accommodated so beautifully.
Editor’s Notes: It’s been a nice vacation…After compiling over a hundred featured artist posts at spinartiste.com, I took five months off! And, just like any break, you end up assessing how to resume and move forward. What finally came to the surface was I missed doing this posts. So, we’ve decided to weave one in about once a month and, most exciting of all, we will be featuring an artist from within our Fibery Goodness community. If you participate in
We would like to share a blogpost with you from Natalie Redding this week. The reason being, Natalie is teaching her ‘Redding Method’ dye classes with us as the Master Dyers Certification program here at Fiberygoodness. And even though we are now all the way through to the third level of certification classes, we are still extremely excited by the way these classes are going and the way Natalie is teaching them. This excitement just grows because we KNOW, Natalie
With the release of the recent Pantone Color report and the publication of the September issue of Vogue magazine, we get a peek into some fresh ideas for colors and shapes for Spring 2016. With winter right around the corner, not being a great fan of the cold and snow, I am happy to dream of spring.
Publisher’s Notes: This Featured Artist post is near and dear to my heart for a number of reasons. Karen Pardee of Serendipity Saori Studio is a fiber hero of mine AND she lives in a part of the United States that is both beautiful as well as an area where I have roots and am connected. I know that you will enjoy reading about Karen and what led her to study and embrace Saori. It is with great pleasure that