I put my knitting away over summer because its just too hot to think about wool, and usually with the longer days there’s not much time so spend sitting around. Now as we come into winter, I have sorted out all my half-finished knitting and crochet projects and I’m ready to start working on something […]
I only learnt to crochet a couple of years ago, and last winter I really wanted to improve my crochet skills to the point where it was an unconscious movement rather than a very concious and laboured effort. The best way to do that (possibly the only way) is repetition, so it made sense to […]
After a couple years in the shop, the loom has made it inside. Looking for input.
Want to dye clothing with a natural, free, and simple method? Learn how to use black walnuts to dye clothing or other fiber with tips from our personal experience. This method uses the husk allowing you to still harvest the edible walnut.
Shearing sheep has to be one of the hardest farm tasks. It can be enjoyable but it is always hard work. In this article I share with you my top tips for making shearing day as smooth and easy on the animals as possible.
Did you know that spinning your own yarn is really not that hard? Here is a complete guide to spinning your own yarn. Full of pictures to walk you through!