Woolness and Me: Introducing Emma Ross

Today we are delighted to welcome Emma Ross and introduce her to you as one of our Wovember contributors this year. Emma will be writing on Woolness and the Individual and Louise wanted to ask Emma a little about herself and what woolness means to her. Hi Emma! Tell us a little bit about yourself. Hi… Continue Reading Woolness and Me: Introducing Emma Ross

How You Celebrated Wovember – wearing wool

Hello there! We are currently picking the winners of the Wovember WAL and the IG photo competition – we shall have a post for you tomorrow with the winners and their prizes. We are stunned once again by the entries – you should all be very proud of your wool work in the WAL and… Continue Reading How You Celebrated Wovember – wearing wool

In conversation with Sonya Philip

As promised earlier today, here is Sonya Philip in conversation with Felicity Ford of Wovember. Please tell us about you! F: First of all, would you mind introducing yourself to our Wovember readers? S: My name is Sonya Philip, I’m an artist and designer living in San Francisco. I work primarily with textiles: knitting, sewing,… Continue Reading In conversation with Sonya Philip

From the Wovember Archives: Amy Twigger Holroyd on Working with Wool…

Our theme this week is “Be the Change” and that is something we hope that is an encouraging, rallying call for our readers when it comes to the politics of wool. Today’s trip to the archives brings a Q&A with Amy Twigger Holroyd – founder of Keep & Share, from 2012. Keep & Share is the… Continue Reading From the Wovember Archives: Amy Twigger Holroyd on Working with Wool…

Connecting wool work with Wovember, featuring Yarn in the City

Starting tomorrow, this weekend in London sees Yarn in the City hosting their Yarnporium. The tutor and vendor lists for this event include many designers and small businesses whose work maximises the potential of wool. Every year we are approached by small businesses doing really special things with wool and looking for ways to more… Continue Reading Connecting wool work with Wovember, featuring Yarn in the City

The Wovember Ravelry Swap

Last year Nadine Haarich, a long-time supporter and good friend of Team Wovember, wrote about knitting with the wool of the Coburger Fuchsschaf sheep – a local to her breed in Germany. Nadine is such an enthusiast for Wovember, wool and knitting local that she is hosting a swap for us, over in our Raverly group.… Continue Reading The Wovember Ravelry Swap