Tag Archives for Women’s Work

Inside the Ribbon Tin: November

Inside the Ribbon Tin is a monthly series featuring a miscellany of bits and bobs, odds and sods, knicks and knacks, all sorts of interesting things related to textiles and making. Come and see what is inside the Ribbon Tin this month. … Continue reading

30. November 2014 by Rebecca
Categories: look, sew, spin | Tags: , , , , | 8 comments

Spin like an Ancient…kinda, sorta, not really

Ever since I read Elizabeth Wayland Barber’s extraordinary book Women’s Work: the first 20,000 years, I have been fascinated by spindle spinning.  I have a couple of beautiful, wood turned ones, a cherry Maggie and a Bog Oak IST, both … Continue reading

20. November 2014 by Rebecca
Categories: spin | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , | 16 comments