How one handspinner takes inspiration from a Japanese textile tradition and uses every precious bit of leftover yarn from her knitting projects to craft beautiful woven projects.
The wheels of professional cyclists may not be making their way around France this year, but the wheels (and spindles) of the Tour de Fleece press on.
I like to recycle or upcycle found items, including wine corks perhaps left from a special occasion with friends or family.
At first glance, these slivers from Sally Fox appear to be rather more yellow, almost a manila color. However, color in the sliver is deceptive.
Heavenly Bresser offers her fixes for common problems when spinning on antique spinning wheels.
Meet a musician, storyteller, teacher, and fiber artist.
In Double Oak Farm's Grow It, Wear It program, the kids are engaged in every step of the process.
I often hear people talking, half proudly and half guiltily, about their stashes of spinning fiber, but I celebrate my stash. To borrow a phrase from a global phenomenon, my stash sparks joy!