This week’s update shares the excitement of fabulous new weaving content that’s now available at the School – The Intentional Weaver course taught by Laura Fry, as well as week two updates from Felicia over at the Weaving Study Group: Twills of 4-Shafts!
Sharing holiday cheer by giving the gift of fibre arts learning with a School of SweetGeorgia Membership, with 15% off annual and quarterly memberships. Plus festive felting decoration ideas and our online Holiday Crafternoon taking place this December!
At this week’s update, we’re celebrating the release of our first crochet course – Crochet Basics, taught by Charlotte Lee! One of our wonderful SweetGeorgia team members, Charlotte will help guide you through all the basics of getting started. Prepare to get hooked!
At this week’s update, we share information about the new Weaving Twills on 4-Shafts course taught by Felicia Lo Wong, as well as our upcoming study group plans for the new year, incorporating the twill gamp exploration from this latest weaving course!
At this week’s SOS update, we’re pulling out our rigid heddle looms for our latest course update: Clasped Warp & Weft on Rigid Heddle, taught by Amanda Wood. We’re also rewinding singles and plying through the rings over at the SOS Spinning Study Group. Join in all that’s new!
This week’s update celebrates the month of Socktober with our latest Custom Toe-Up Sock knitting course, taught by Tabetha Hedrick. Plus we also share week six updates from the Spinning Study Group and the link to last week’s Live Office Hours session!
Gain confidence in your skills and abilities to spin colour with intention with our latest SOS course release, Spinning Intentional Colour, taught by Felicia Lo Wong. In this week’s SOS update, we also share new colourful fibres perfect for playing with colour in your handspun, plus updates from week four of the Spinning Study Group.
Our latest spinning online course is now available for All-Access SOS members – Kim McKenna’s Nuances to Spinning Better Yarns! This course perfectly coincides with spinners working through our Spinning Study Group, offering fabulous information about fibre preparation. and showing techniques to become a better spinner.
Modules Four & Five: Primitive and Double Coated Wools & Conclusion are now available at the SOS Spinning Sheep Breeds course taught by Rachel Smith! This week’s update also includes new knitting tutorials taught by Ruth Nguyen plus savings at our SOS Back to School Special.
Module Three: Down and Down-like Wools is now available at the SOS Spinning Sheep Breeds course taught by Rachel Smith. This week’s update also includes the latest from the Natural Dyeing Study Group, covering hand-painting with natural dyes!