Includes an interview with Anne Frost, host of I Thought I Knew How podcast
Includes sound bites with 3 woolly businesses on Skye.
Includes an interview with TJFrog Staff!
Includes the second interview with knitwear designer Di Gilpin.
Includes the first of 2 interviews with knitwear designer Di Gilpin.
Includes an interview with knitwear designer Emily Williams.
Includes an interview with Fiona from The Misty Bottle, Skye.
Includes an interview with Julie Rutter of Black Isle Yarns.
Includes interview with Adam Robertson of Kalopsia, Edinburgh.
Includes an interview with Aileen Clarke of Aileen Clarke Crafts.
Includes an interview with Solii Brodie of BeFab Be Creative.
Includes an interview with Kirsty of Shilasdair, Skye post Make:Wool
Includes an interview with Kirsty of Shilasdair, Skye prior to Make:Wool
Includes an interview with Janice Anderson of Baa at Stonehaven.
Includes an interview with Helen Birmingham of Untangled Threads.
Includes an interview with Jo Royle of Skye Meditation & Brave Souls
Includes an interview with Jaime Jennings & Amber Cocoran owners of Fancy Tiger Crafts.
Includes interview with Yasmin from Island at the Edge
Includes interview with Skye Weaver Jenny Duffill
Includes interview with hand dyer Helen of Ripples Crafts, Assynt
Includes interview with Kirsty of the Isle of Skye Natural Dyeing Company
Includes interview with Sheila Bates of Florrie Felts, Torridon
Blog post by Geraint Ashton Jones. When your hubby is a photographer & you task him to photograph some Dorset Buttons instead of his usual subject matter of landscape, wildlife or rugby players! Click here to see more images & read the blog post.
Includes interview with Sally Algarve from On The Croft (Pt2)
Includes interview with Sally Algarve from On The Croft (Pt1)
Last year work took us to Denver, Colorado giving me the perfect opportunity to visit Fancy Tiger Crafts. Celebrating their 11th anniversary on 8 July 2017, Fancy Tiger Crafts describe themselves as specialising in ‘supplies for the modern crafter.’ And walking in is like being enveloped in a big woolly hug. Then as […]
Includes interview with Sue Culligan of Knitting Holidays in France
What a fantastic weekend at Woolfest 2017! As a first time vendor and having never visited Woolfest before it was with nervous anticipation that I entered the auction mart on the Thursday afternoon. Seeing it for the first time all empty, it felt smaller than I imagined – how wrong was I?! It’s a huge […]
Includes interview with Yasmin of Island at the Edge (Pt2)
Includes interview with Yasmin of Island at the Edge (Pt1)
Includes interview with Louise of Lou Lou Designs on Skye
EYF 2017, my third time as a vendor & the most elated exhaustion I’ve experienced post show! The run up to EYF 2017, alongside my usual preps for my Dorset Button stand & running Dorset Button workshops, saw my TJFrogWool delivered 2 ½ weeks before, my Dorset Button fabric bags picked up on the day […]
Includes interview with Skye textile artist Emma Siedle-Collins
Last October I went to Shetland, my third visit for Shetland Wool Week and three years since I last took in this amazing event. Many of you may know the Crofthoose Hat pattern designed by Ella Gordon, the elected patron for Shetland Wool Week 2016. Offered as a free pattern this is a fantastic way to get knitters involved […]
December arrived with the weather officially warmer on Skye than where I use to live in the South of England and here at the end of December that is still the case! With only a couple of icy days and Storm Barbara & Conor to contend with, on the whole, we have had a mild […]
Whether a vendor or a visitor at EYF you will all have had your own experience of this unique & innovative yarn festival created by Jo & Mica. Or maybe you were unable to attend & have enjoyed a vicarious EYF experience via various social media sites. The EYF vibe is simply magical. This is more […]
With the transition from one year to the next it is with great interest I’ve read many online 2015 reflections and 2016 business plans and goals from people across the creative community. 2016, a leap year, brings an extra day to help with fitting all those plans in! A year ago, I wrote about TJFrog […]
I’ve been finishing cushions of late, and if you follow me on Facebook or Twitter you will have had a ‘sneak peek’ at a couple of Dorset Buttons I made for one of them. These were for a cushion called ‘Sugar Rush,’ started in June 2014 as part of the Debbie Abrahams Mystery Cushion Club.
Last time I blogged I was feeling elated and exhausted post Edinburgh Yarn Festival, and about to embark on a Norwegian cruise to take in the fjords alongside some knitting and crochet workshops.
Edinburgh Yarn Festival 2015 – my first big show as an exhibitor! Huge thanks to Mica & Jo, the organisers, for giving me the opportunity as a newbie vendor. I had an incredible weekend – exhilarating, exhausting and inspiring all rolled into one.