Claire Des Bruyeres

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Brittany - Bretagne, France  ·  Spinner and weaver in Brittany, France. I am here to share and renew my inspirations... Enjoy !
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5 Tips to Make Natural Dyeing (More) Environmentally Friendly

Our How To guides are intended to make the dye process easy for our customers, from mordanting and scouring your fibers to dyeing with an assortment of dyes. You can find other How To guides…

Produced and directed by aerial ritual artists Magalie Bonneau and John Quigley  at Boom Festival 2014 in Portugal   Original sketch co-created by: Ioni Cândida, Cher Lyn & Beatris Karaoglanyan    Film produced and directed by Magalie Bonneau  Film written by Magalie Bonneau & John Quigley   Edited by Richard Quinn  Images by the Boom Festival Film team   Music by Cirque du Soleil (Love Dance) and Ayla Nereo ~ thank you!     www.dancingwithoutborders.org   www.spectralq.com

Produced and directed by aerial ritual artists Magalie Bonneau and John Quigley at Boom Festival 2014 in Portugal Original sketch co-created by: Ioni Cândida, Cher Lyn & Beatris Karaoglanyan Film produced and directed by Magalie Bonneau Film written by Magalie Bonneau & John Quigley Edited by Richard Quinn Images by the Boom Festival Film team Music by Cirque du Soleil (Love Dance) and Ayla Nereo ~ thank you! www.dancingwithoutborders.org www.spectralq.com

Crochet Basket tutorial Video 1 by Petalplum ~ Ellie Beck

Crochet Basket tutorial Video 1 by Petalplum ~ Ellie Beck

Avocado dye FAQ / top tips for pink by Rebecca Desnos

Avocado dye FAQ / top tips for pink by Rebecca Desnos

Scottish Whorl-less spindles called Dealgans or Farsadh. Gaelic speaking areas of the Highlands & Islands as well as the Canadian coastal areas settled by the Scots after Culloden used this for plying and for spinning from wool rolags. One type dates back to the 1700's. More on my blog URL missingspindle.blogspot.com

Scottish Whorl-less spindles called Dealgans or Farsadh. Gaelic speaking areas of the Highlands & Islands as well as the Canadian coastal areas settled by the Scots after Culloden used this for plying and for spinning from wool rolags.

It’s no secret that I’m a huge Lavender fan. When we purchase our land, I want to plant at least an acre of it and have a varietals garden where I can permanently plant all the varieties I’ve collected throughout the years. Lavender is one of my two absolute favorite herbs and I love including it in

It’s no secret that I’m a huge Lavender fan. When we purchase our land, I want to plant at least an acre of it and have a varietals garden where I can permanently plant all the varieties I’ve collected throughout the years. Lavender is one of my two absolute favorite herbs and I love including it in

Alabama Chanin - The School of Making

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The layering skirt's asymmetrical hem looks great over pants, elongates the body, and does it all without adding bulk. Now you can add our one-of-a-kind black Japanese shibori design.53% soy/44% organic cotton/4% lycraWe offer sizes S (2-4), M (6-8), and L (8-10).(Please note that the pattern on each garment will vary slightly as they are all one-of-a-kind)

The layering skirt's asymmetrical hem looks great over pants, elongates the body, and does it all without adding bulk. Now you can add our one-of-a-kind black Japanese shibori design.53% soy/44% organic cotton/4% lycraWe offer sizes S (2-4), M (6-8), and L (8-10).(Please note that the pattern on each garment will vary slightly as they are all one-of-a-kind)