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Spinning with Turkish Spindles: Singles to Plying

My second Fiber Arts related course through FiberyGoodness. This self paced course can be started at any time, and has three sections: S...

Friday, November 29, 2019

I knew exactly what I wanted to write about for Issue 5 of tinyStudio Creative Life Magazine when @woolwench told me the theme was going to be Nature. Ever since I was little I have always had a strong admiration for nature. Nature photography is my favorite area of photography and any opportunity I get to take photos out in nature makes my heart sing. My article "Back to Nature: Using Nature as a Fibery Backdrop" talks about and shows my love for combining my fiber arts photography with nature. . . I am especially proud of the intro photograph which I shot on our fence! It's an old fence and for some folks, they would say it's seen better days and maybe wish to remove it/replace it with a new fence but to me, it's in its prime of beauty. All the moss and lichen growing on it makes it so beautiful. I look forward to using this beautiful fence for many more years to come to stage beautiful photographs like this. . . The shawl is Nature's Lace by Susan Ashcroft that I made back in the Fall of 2014 out of handspun I spun across 7 Jenkins spindles and 3 wheels. Fiber was pigtails from @greenwoodfiberworks #fiberygoodness #tinystudio #tinystudiocreativelifemagazine #handspunstagram #spinstagram #igspinners #spinnersofinstagram #handspun #handspunyarn #fiberfeature #wemakeyarn #jenkinsturkishspindle #majacraft #majacraftaura #weepeggy #holidaywheel #spinonallthethings #natureslace #susanashcroft #greenwoodfiberworks

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