Weaving Literature

I am a self-proclaimed bibliophile. I love being surrounded by books and the information they provide. Weaving literature¬†in particular are very inspiring to have mixed in with my cones of yarn on my bookshelves. Before my husband built me these amazing bookshelves I have, I thought I had quite the extensive library of textile books. Upon collecting all of these books in one place, I came to the realization that I have a pretty small, but varied collection in regards to the different information they contain. A little bit about my personal library: as I have progressed in my book Continue Reading…

Rhinebeck 2015

This is the fourth year that I have attended the New York State Sheep and Wool Festival in Rhinebeck, New York. I used to scour fiber festivals for that perfect fleece for felting, or those new knitting yarns- but now I go to see what colors are trending, what people are knitting and creating, and also what finished goods are selling. This year I took note of a couple things: I met Syne Mitchell. For those who don’t know, she is the woman who created WeaveCast- the best weaving podcast that I have heard in a long time (possibly the Continue Reading…