Our Women Making History series would not be complete without a feature on Linda Wallace. Linda has had many roles at String Theory. She has sold yarn, taught classes, wrote blog posts, created window displays and been an all-around champion of our mission. So when she told me that she wanted to dye yarn, I was immediately on board.VIEW FULL ARTICLE
Dream in ColorI've known Nancy and Veronica, from Dream in Color for years.VIEW FULL ARTICLE
Karida Collins Neighborhood Fiber CoVIEW FULL ARTICLE
by Ann Weaver While working at the Neighborhood Fiber Co. booth at the Stitches West knitting event in February, I took advantage of a rare quiet moment in the booth to interview Karida, the...
Manos del Uruguay: Our values ARE our business
by Ann Weaver
Today’s post showcases Manos del Uruguay, a group of twelve women’s cooperatives in Uruguay that produce hand-dyed—and some hand-spun—yarns.
Kristin Ford of WoolfolkVIEW FULL ARTICLE
Kristin Ford learned to knit from her grandmother, Katherine Temple Woolfolk, at age five and has never stopped. ... Kristin Ford is the founder of Woolfolk Yarn. We've written a lot about Woolfolk so I thought for this blog post I...
The Women of Handspun HopeVIEW FULL ARTICLE
These women survived the genocide in Rwanda. Because they work at Handspun Hope, they earn steady income. They know that their children (and the others they raise) will have school fees paid and receive their education. The stress and fear of...