This week at the SOS, we’re happy to share our latest course addition – Modern Punch Needle taught by local fibre artist, Sahm Jalbert! Read more at today’s update, along with the latest from our Natural Dyeing Study Group and a link to post your fibre arts questions for Felicia’s June Live Office Hours!
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At the now available Module Two: Long Wools of the Spinning Sheep Breeds course, join instructor Rachel Smith in an exploration of long wools with different fibre preparations, from dyed and undyed, just combed and commercial top. Rachel talks about the beauty of the lustre, strength, and the combing of these wools, which would make an incredible lace yarn to work with, either for weaving or for a lacy shawl with big open yarn overs. In this week’s update, we also share a reminder about the upcoming Natural Dyeing Study Group plus next week’s Live Office Hours session.
In this week’s update we’re sharing details about the fun new Wet Felting workshop taught by Charlotte Lee and information about our upcoming summer Natural Dyeing Study Group!
Perfect Fit is here! Taught by Tabetha Hedrick, these fabulous knitting videos help teach everything you need to know to understand and adjust measurements for the perfect sweater fit every time! We also share a reminder of our latest SOS course releases at today’s member update!
The range of colours that can be produced with natural dyes has a cohesiveness and harmony that roots us to our environment. Join us today as we share information about the newest course release, Natural Dyeing Basics, taught by local artist and instructor, Caitlin ffrench! In this week’s update, we also share information about new Spinning Sheep Breeds Kits now available for order!
In this week’s update, we’re excited to share a new, extensive spinning course with you – Spinning Sheep Breeds, taught by Rachel Smith! This course explores various sheep breeds available to spinners, and in the course Rachel talks about what classifies them within each category, reflections about the yarns we can create with these various wools and the uses for these yarns. This week we also want to share an updated discount code for SOS members shopping at the SweetGeorgia shop.