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…