Fiddlesticks by the Tea – The new Blog

My ‘mother blog’ ONE STITCH AT TIME has become a new sister blog! The original blog will remain my main blog as an artist/researcher, featuring my work, my collaboration and my projects, also there projects in the planning which will have their own specific blogs. To have blogs for certain purposes has the advantage that the […]

Wingham Wool at the Guild for Spinners, Weavers and Dyers in Probus, Cornwall, May 2015

Every year the wool company Wingham Wool comes to visit my local Guild. it is always very exiting, as it is a bit like wine tasting! It is trial spinning of all the fibres on offer! I was very positively surprised to find a good range of British Sheep Roving and again discovered breeds I […]

Threadborne

Fibre Art, Eco Printing, Artists' Books, Vintage Textiles

The Procrastinator Dyer's Diary

A Journal of Observations

The ways of the whorl

wherever the spinning takes me

susan sharpe ceramics

Ceramic Artist and Potter

Shinybees

The Multi-Award Winning Knitting, Comedy and Yarn Podcast

Sunshine Coast Fibreshed

Local fibres, local dyes, local artisans on BC's Sunshine Coast

SHROOMWORKS

CELEBRATING THE BEAUTY OF SUNSHINE COAST MUSHROOMS

hippie in disguise

family, art and adventure * slow, eco, minimal living

mybeautfulthings

Finding the beautiful in the everyday

this is moonlight

adventures in learning to sew

Bill Goodyear

Songs with a smile and a heart

cakebook

still baking mad...

糸で/ Ito de/ By Thread

strings about that blue stuff...it seems

Daniel David Wallace

Simplifying your writing process, one sentence at a time.

Fiddlesticks by the Tea

Tea and Knitting, Coffee, Cake and Crochet, Embroidery in the Pub, Spinning at the Concert. You get the Idea.

Suffolk Herring Festival 2015

Come and celebrate the herring on October 31st & November 1st 2015 at The Cut