It was a small but mighty MeetUp that met on Monday evening. People working on their websites, formatting issues, and on content creation. Brian shared a couple of plugins he likes using. Image Hotspot by Jonathan Bardo allows you to control how WordPress generates the various image size in your site, and what spot on your image […]
I’m preparing to be at Shepherds’ Harvest for the next three days, working in the Beelighted booth. Plus I’ll walking around, talking to people. I’ve got a re-ignited drive to get this directory out to people and to prove its worth…and not inconsequential is the desire to also be able to make some money off […]
I’m putting this right here where I will find it again. It’s a directory of fiber festivals by region. Some day I’m going to be able to travel again and then boy-howdy. I will. Thank you, Fiddlehead Fibers!
Check out the website’s calendar page. And I invite you to send anything you know about that I’ve not found yet. I’ll post them on the calendar for free, if I get them in my email before February 1. I’ve spent today checking out event calendars on lots of our local providers and copying any […]
I think these little charmers should be made with smaller felted balls than what one makes for dryer balls. Not that I’ve ever made those, either, but I think I ought to try. Fran Rushworth gives full instructions on her website Wool: Tribulations of Hand Spinning and Herbal Dyeing and I think I want to try […]
Hurrah! Tomorrow is a day set aside by fiber enthusiasts to Spin In Public – get your wheel or your spindle, some fiber, and show people your passion for turning that fiber into string. Or yarn. And eventually a sweater or a rug or some cozy mittens. I plan to stop over at Beelighted in […]