Meet Shevon, a fiber artist from Florida. She is a kindred spirit to me in her love of nerd fandoms, and she has some great techniques to share with us. I know you are going to love this episode! Shownotes will be posted on Tightlyspun.com on Wednesday. Happy listening!
Meet Jessica, a grad student who has traveled all over Europe. I hope you love this episode!
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Today I am chatting with Donna, a very talented spinner and shawl knitter from Rhode Island. I know you are going to love her story!
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Meet Amber, a mom from central Illinois. Amber has some great insight on passing our craft on to future generations, and documenting it as well. She also has a great story about how knitting has helped her overcome anxiety. I hope you love this episode. Shownotes can be found at tightlyspun.com.
Today I'm talking to Lynn, a fiber artist from Fort Collins, CO. She shares several fun stories about her outdoor adventures and bringing new skills (and equipment!) home from overseas. We also talk about the power of saying "Yes." I hope you enjoy this episode! Shownotes can be found at tightlyspun.com.
In this episode of Tightly Spun I interview Shannon, a stay at home mom with a PhD and a crafty home-based business. We talk about living on the Eastern Seaboard, ideas for those individual skeins we pick up at fiber markets, and so much more. I hope you enjoy this episode! Links to the topics we talk about can be found at http://tightlyspun.com.