Yesterday I returned home from a four-day retreat with some of the most inspired, inquisitive fiber artists I know, visions of indigo still dancing through my mind. At home a package from Interweave was patiently awaiting my return—the advance copy of my first book had arrived. For about a year and a half, I’ve been working diligently on The… More Sheep, wool, and my new book
Peace. Love. Yarn.
I adore works in progress—especially of the textile variety. Bits of half-embroidered cloth poking out of a workbasket or unblocked lace laid aside in a knitting bag have so much potential. They have always seemed wonderful to me, lying in their suspended state waiting for the maker’s return.This love of unfinished work is something that I’ve… More On the Nature of Workbaskets
Learning to flock, graze, and bounce!