Take a peek inside my notebook. I wish I could tell you that I have always loved keeping detailed notes about my fiber experiments, but the truth is, it’s taken practice. As my ideas race ahead, I find it disruptive to stop and write down all the important information I need to reference later. About … More Keeping Woolly Notes
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
In 2011, I had the good fortune to be part of a textile tour of Estonia led by Nancy Bush. I had traveled a fair swath of Europe and the UK previously–as far south as Crete and as far north as the enigmatic Old Man of Wick at the northern tip of Scotland–but the Baltic … More Sunsets and Sweaters on Kihnu Island.