Getting ready for your first wool festival or weaving conference in a while? Here's what might be different, the same . . . or maybe better.
Season 4, Episode 1: Weaving her first skein of silk yarn was nothing like Karen Selk expected, but the fiber enchanted her enough to shape her craft, career, and the course of her life.
When making my list of what I give thanks for, there's a special place for the people who share my fiber journey. Happy Friendsgiving!
What can you learn about cloth in the hands of experts? Linda Ligon shares a peek into her silk collection, and Judith offers her impressions of the tussah, bombyx, peduncle, and other silks she finds there.
Sometimes all it takes is looking at an old piece of equipment in a new way.
A look at letting the fiber do the work in gradient yarn spinning.
Season 3, Episode 6: With a passion for rare-breed wool and its unsung qualities, Deborah Robson is a walking, spinning encyclopedia of delightful fiber knowledge.
Season 3, Episode 4: In fields tucked in the alleyways of Baltimore, Maryland, Kenya Miles and her colleagues at Hidden Harvest tend a sort of secret garden, growing fruits, vegetables... and natural dye plants.
Season 3, Episode 3: Andean weavers are using their traditional textile skills and some new assistance to meet the difficulties of today.
Season 2, Episode 10: What do you get when you give a Free-Speech Movement activist a spinning wheel? A lifelong teacher, a Bay Area institution, and a spark for fiber arts exploration.