Wild Fibers Winter 2007

Wild Fibers Winter 2007

Aus dem Inhaltsverzeichnis

  • Seeing Ecuador With Closed Eyes
    Traveling to the market in Otavalo is only half the fun in exploring Ecuador's historic textile market and surrounding communities.
  • What Nomad Is This?
    The Bactrian camel is a staple for Mongolian nomads but its handspun fiber is gradually earning a spot in knitting stashes across America.
  • 'Sheep is Life'
    Join 'Alice Cooper' and other members of the flock with Navajo shepherds in Arizona.
  • Maria
    The wife of a weaver and the mother of eleven, Maria personifies the spirit of the Quechua Indian.
  • Cecil's Field of Gold
    Texas attorney Cecil Miskin is making a strong case for the versatility and affordability of bison fiber.
  • Don't Dye (No, Really, Dye!)
    When you're learing to dye, it's best to be dyeing in groups.
  • Heartland Lace Shawl
    Designed by Evelyn A. Clark using 100 % American buffalo yarn.
  • More Than Just a Knitter's Mush
    Arctic Lace, Donna Druchunas' new knitting book on qiviut, is both instructional in addition to being a cultural guide through this luxury fiber.


Letzte Änderung: 27.8.2007 durch Alexandra Weikert
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