Episode 4: Featuring the Indie Community

Hi everyone! I’m happy to be posting Episode 4 of the video-cast; this one is all about the indie community: dyers, farmers, spinners  . . . As promised, the show notes (below) are chock-full of links to etsy shops, small farm websites, and the community of indie fiber artists that I love to feature on the blog. If you work in the fiber world and would like to see yourself in a blogspot, click the “About” tab above and send me an email!

OoooOoo, and the results of the Pigeonroof Studio Giveaway are revealed!

Show Notes

Etsy Shops and Indie Fiber Folk I mention in the episode:

Other Etsy Shops I Love ❤

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6 Responses to Episode 4: Featuring the Indie Community

  1. Thanks for sharing the info about the indie fiber folks! It’s very helpful to have a little introduction to the terrain – I would definitely like to support more indie dyers and spinners. Finding them is the first step!

    It’s great to see that your blog has developed into a way of connecting (and connecting others) with the fiber community over time. Very awesome. 🙂 I’ve often thought about how important it is to find and make a community of like-minded folks beyond the workaday world. It’s important to nurture the things we love and explore the possibilities. 🙂

    And the blue 3-ply and the fractal yarn are both really gorgeous. Wow, what splendid colours!


    • Awesome! Glad it’s helpful–it is hard to figure out where to begin on Etsy! I love these dyers and know many of them in passing from the fiber world. Great work all of them. And thanks for the comment about the spun yarn–I love that Faulkland!

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  2. metaspencer says:

    You have a TON of info in this post and video — super helpful to many! way to go with the blog

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  3. AlohaBlu says:

    Awww, thank you so much for all your support! These are my faves too!!! Happy Holidays to you and yours 🙂


  4. Pingback: Indie Dyer Feature: Megan Morrell of Old Crow Art Yarns | Knitting the Stash!

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