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Circular Weavings

Circular Weavings

Circular Weaving Circular weaving is possibly the simplest shape to begin with, no side edge turnings.  As long as you keep the item flat by allowing enough yarn, there isn’t much else to consider. Once we had completed the design of the Salish Weaving Loom and...
From Concrete Mixer to Fiber Tumbler – Downloadable Plans

From Concrete Mixer to Fiber Tumbler – Downloadable Plans

How to Build Your Own Wool & Fiber Tumbler It’s such a waste to have a machine that can only perform one job, especially when it’s unlikely to be used for more than one week a year. I love versatility and that’s precisely what this simple conversion allows you to...

Spinning Out of Your Comfort Zone

Inspirational quotes can be enormously powerful if we refer to them regularly in our everyday lives.  Much like resonating with the vibrations of a tuning fork, when we find a quote that strikes the perfect note within us, we can be driven to stretch ourselves; break...

The Easiest Way to Clean Llama & Alpaca Fleece

Cleaning animal fleece ready for processing has to be the most difficult and time-consuming part of fibre work.  In fact, for many people, their first encounter with raw fleece, whether from sheep, llama, alpaca or goat, will be their last.  Each type of fleece has...
Learning to Knit & Other Good Intentions

Learning to Knit & Other Good Intentions

We have a pretty busy calendar of workshops lined up at Fibre Arts Bootcamp this year, so if you’ve had a burning desire or even a faintly warm desire to commence or expand your fiber skills, then make 2013 YOUR year. We are all full of good intentions, but as Samuel...
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