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Episode 17: An Interview with Lisa of Fibernymph Dyeworks

Sarah is soloing on this one; this interview took place while Sarah and Lisa were at the TNNA summer show. We talked about how she got into dyeing yarn, where she finds her inspiration, and some of her plans for the future. Lisa’s Web site can be found here. Her business Instagram account is @fibernymphdyeworks… Continue reading Episode 17: An Interview with Lisa of Fibernymph Dyeworks

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Episode 14: An Interview with The Ross Farm

We’re doing things a little differently this time, and interviewing some lovely people. Amy Manko and ScooterPie the Shepherd Guy are the owners of The Ross Farm and The Ross Farm Fibers Mercantile, which can be found at 78 N Main Street in beautiful Washington, PA. Amy and Scott raise nine different breeds of rare… Continue reading Episode 14: An Interview with The Ross Farm

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Episode 13: Art vs. Craft

Apologies in advance for a few audio glitches – we’re trying to figure out how to fix those in the future! Art: the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power. Craft: an activity… Continue reading Episode 13: Art vs. Craft

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Episode 10: Setting Yourself Up for Success

What do you need to do before you start working on your latest project? Today we’re talking about best practices to keep your crafts tidy, and are mainly focusing on knitting, crochet, and spinning. The best way you can start any project is by picking a good pattern. Look for something well-written, easy to follow,… Continue reading Episode 10: Setting Yourself Up for Success