Weaving inspiration My favorite loom, of the multiple I own, is my Ashford Sampleit. The 25 cm fits nicely in a bag and is easy to transport and easy to weave on without a stand. I’m always on the go and don’t find a lot of time to sit at a loom that can’t be… Continue reading Finding colour inspiration
Water Lily I took this photo at the Adelaide Botanical gardens, on a trip I took with Heather. I often take photos of colour combinations that catch my eye. Paying attention to what catches the eye can inspire you to create in colour ways that may not be in your default range. When I teach… Continue reading Colour Confidence for yarn crafters.
Here in South Australia we are about to start a seven day lock down., after an outbreak of the Delta strain of COVID-19. At least I can use the time to work on my patterns and classes. The pattern for Noah’s Promise is slowly coming together. I’ve recorded about half the class now. Today I… Continue reading Noah’s Promise
I’ve been busy this week participating in the Crochet Business Summit hosted by Pam Grice AKA the Crochetpreneur. I wanted to learn more about how to be successful in running a fibre craft business. I did purchase the all access pass, as many of the workshops I would like to watch in my own time… Continue reading I Love Summits!
It’s all Glenda’s doing.. I was lucky enough to attend a Retreat hosted by Jane of Moseley Park and Kathy of Kathy’s fibres at the gorgeous and fascinating Bungaree Station. The retreat is annually run and unfortunately was cancelled last year due to the interesting times we live in. I love this retreat. All the… Continue reading Dorset Buttons