The latest The Journal for Weavers, Spinners and Dyers 275 Autumn 2020 has arrived in store. $23 a copy, $5 postage if required. Purchase in store also available. Email: Tracy@knitspinweave.com.au to purchase your copy. now in store The Association’s National Exhibition, sadly, will not be happening at Leigh Spinners Mill in Lancashire this autumn, but… Continue reading Store Update
What to pack? I'm so excited about my up coming holiday with Heather! What to Pack? I'm not concerned with clothes and food. It's what crafty projects do I take!! Have you heard the term SABLE? - Stash Acquisition Beyond Life Expectation. I'm sure I have a similar problem when packing projects to take on… Continue reading When a crafty woman packs for a holiday …
Never let a good crisis go to wasteWinston Churchill Doing business in the Time of Covid is somewhat challenging. A time of significant change, uncertainty and fear. I'm finding my biggest challenge is dealing with the emotional impacts. The fear and uncertainty. I'm trying my best to find the opportunities in the crisis. The opportunities… Continue reading Making Lemonade
Polymer Clay Crochet Hooks I had only one taker for Saturday Open Studio this week. Deb and I spent a lovely afternoon chatting, crafting and finishing off the treats Jenny left Thursday night. (Thanks Jenny!) We kept our handles pretty simply. The process is easy and has all the joy of childhood and playing with… Continue reading Saturday Afternoon Open Studio
Which animal are you most like? Was a question asked of me at University. The exercise, I think, was to show us that how we perceive ourselves and how others see us. There was a small selection of animals to choose from. I chose the turtle. needle felted turtle on a gel plate printed sea.… Continue reading How we see ourselves.