Indie Interview | The Fibre Kitchen

Indie Interview | The Fibre Kitchen

  As part of the craft section of the Notebook, I get to chat with dyers and designers that make up this amazing community of independents making their mark on the Irish craft scene. Recently I got a chance to catch up with Rachel of The Fibre Kitchen. Rachel has...
Traditional Crafts – Crafting with History

Traditional Crafts – Crafting with History

I know what you’re thinking, “These older traditional crafts aren’t for me” I’ll nod my head and ask you why not?     I’m a maker and just one member of the Irish Guild of Weavers Spinners and Dyers. The reason I make, craft and create is a personal one but...
11 Confessions of A Knitter

11 Confessions of A Knitter

If you have been following me on social media it’s no secret that I have been sick and lost my knitterly mojo. So today on the blog is a bit of whimsy and why not add your own ‘confession’ in the comments or if you’re brave enough admit to the...
My Favorite Knits

My Favorite Knits

I am still in my knitting funk so I thought that I would share some of my favourite knits with all of you in the hope that by sharing, my knitting ability will come flooding back. I’ve even realised that I haven’t been updating my Ravelry notebook either...
Those Quiet Mornings

Those Quiet Mornings

Those quiet mornings that start at dawn where the promise of a great day begins. You know those ones where the birds are singing and sunlight is filtering through the curtains? Those ones that follow with your child’s laughter breaking through the birdsong, not...