I have designs on Spoonflower!

Scott has been working on a lot of medieval art, pulling it forward into the 21st century. I love what he’s doing so much that I wanted to share it with the sewing community. Our first designs are up on Spoonflower and they are dragons!! Who doesn’t want a dragon mask? And I cannot wait to start a quilt using these fabrics.

And these aren’t the only designs we are working on. As Scott draws and prepares more, I will make new fabric designs to share with you.

These are just a couple examples of the dragons fabrics. There are lots of color background choices, as well as image sizes to suit your needs. And, share what you make with them with me. I’d love to see them!

Slow Cloth Woven Suit – Part 1

The beginning of a much wanted project. I am creating a suit from scratch! First, of course, I have to weave the yarn, and this covers the warp yarn. I hope you enjoy and follow along with me on this journey. Also, please follow me on Instagram. I am thefiberpusher.

Changing Things Up

For the past couple of years, I have been, first a 50% owner, then a full owner, of a Clun Forest ewe named Kaala Hiraka. I got to name her, too. Currently, she is living with Sara Dunham down at Punkin’s Patch in Kentucky, and Sara has taken very good care of her. So much so that I officially have gifted Kaala to Sara. I feel this is the best thing for both Kaala and Sara as Kaala is very happy down there in Sara’s care. And, this way, Sara doesn’t have the worry of caring for someone else’s sheep.

So, if you want to keep up on the adventures of Kaala and her friends, just visit Punkin’s Patch.