I’ve set out to find such a spot for the keeping and teaching of the art of handmaking. A space that is both a mercantile of inspiration as well as a working studio where crafters of all sorts meet to teach and share their unique skill sets with others who yearn to learn the art of making. With a place in mind, I’v been assembling a vision of what will be… enjoying the dream! A special thank you to the makers everywhere that have inspired this in me.
Baby Girl and I are kindred spirits without a doubt. In fact Baby Girl coined my now well known name Baa. Not sure how she came to equate me with sheep, maybe it’s the hair? Maybe it’s the wool, the yarn, the shared love of sheep, our visit to the farm to see lambs when […]
Two weeks into the design process; this is what I’ve got?
Such a pretty way to shape the sleeve bind off. Slopes are always more graceful than edges. Remember when you asked why you needed to learn Math? This is why. I’m preeeeetty sure the first time I ever encountered the Sloped Bind-Off was in a Brooklyn Tweed pattern (that has come up again so often […]
Mimi Luebbermann &, Marlie de Suart introduce us to a world of slow fashion possibilities. Windrush sheep provide the fleece, our wheels provide the means, and our imagination fuels our creativity.
Mimi and Marlie guide us through the design process sharing tips and techniques for building your own sweater.