Greetings, all and a very Happy Winter! It’s December 28 as I write this and I’ve finally grabbed a moment to return to my desk. This year has been a personally challenging one for me. Now, with the new year approaching and much rest, I find my creativity and desire to stitch is returning, slowly. I’m looking forward to new projects and a return to a past project that I had to put off to focus, at the time, on the family emergency at hand and then the long-term outcomes. Now that I have a moment to look ahead, I would like wish you all a wonderfully creative 2023! And…
The Fabric of Canada: The Knitters of Newfoundland & Labrador
Hey, folks! Have you had a chance to view The Fabric of Canada: The Knitters of Newfoundland & Labrador? If you haven’t, give it a watch! The video was created by the Campaign for Wool – Canada. From their YouTube channel: The Knitters of Newfoundland & Labrador highlights the story of NONIA and Yvonne Sheppard. NONIA is a social enterprise that allows families to supplement their incomes by knitting. They employ roughly 175 knitters throughout the province. The NONIA knitting collective has been a part of Newfoundland & Labrador’s cultural community for over a century. Have a look and enjoy! Happy Stitching!