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I've really missed blogging, and will start positing again.While Facebook is great, it's not always the best way to share all the things I've been doing at the studio. More to come.
I've really missed blogging, and will start positing again.While Facebook is great, it's not always the best way to share all the things I've been doing at the studio. More to come.
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Thick/Thin Hand spun
Yes, I know it's been a while since my last post. I've been spending more time on Espace Interstitiel Facebook page and the poor blog has been neglected. So to refresh the blot here's a free pattern for you. I knitted these scarves/shawls out of hand spun a...
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A Montreal weaver, spinner, knitter and crocheter.
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I am a spinner, weaver, crocheter, knitter, sewer, dyer and all round fibre enthusiast.I have loved all things textile/fibre related since childhood. I cannot remember when or how I learned to knit and crochet but they were the activities that started me down this fibre obsessed path. Over the year I've tried many different things. Some have stayed and others were left to the side, perhaps to be taken up again at a later date.


In 2010 I decided to open my studio to the public, partly because there were so few local resources available in Montreal for weavers and spinners. Also, because I really wanted a place where others who shared my passion  or were just curious, could see these activities still being done.


I am a dealer for several loom and spinning wheel manufactured. Details about what I stock can be found on my Spinning, and Weaving pages. You can find information on my workshops here.

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