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Spirit Trail Fiberworks · 1W ago

Finished Object: Starting Point Wrap

My finished Starting Point Wrap, designed by Joji Locatelli, is a gorgeous, contemporary wrap I know I'll wear for years. Continue reading →
Spirit Trail Fiberworks · 1W ago

Color Inspiration Thursday: Deep in the Abyss

Color Inspiration Thursday: Deep in the Abyss. So much going on in this gorgeous colorway that's a deeply nuanced and softly variegated speckle. Continue reading →
Spirit Trail Fiberworks · 4W ago

Color Inspiration: Flirt

Color Inspiration Thursday: Flirt. A brand new colorway coming to my online shop this week. Super fun! Continue reading →
Spirit Trail Fiberworks · 1M ago

Color Inspiration Thursday: Bluestone

Sometimes colorways are created in the silliest ways. Continue reading →
Spirit Trail Fiberworks · 1M ago

Color Inspiration Thursday: Winter Morning

Color Inspiration Thursday: Winter Morning, featuring some of the colors of a frosty morning in the country. Continue reading →
Spirit Trail Fiberworks · 1M ago

Color Inspiration Thursday: Raku

Color Inspiration Thursday: Raku. A perfect blend of colors from traditional raku ceramics. Continue reading →
Spirit Trail Fiberworks · 2M ago

Project Updates: Joji’s MKAL and Other Stuff

Did anyone else catch the Starting Point MKAL bug? I tried not to be lured in, but after looking at some of the photos of the first clue, I was helplessly hooked. It looked like too much fun...
Spirit Trail Fiberworks · 2M ago

Color Inspiration Thursday: The Dawn Wall

Color Inspiration Thursday: The Dawn Wall, a speckled grellow inspired by El Capitan's eastern-facing wall, in Yosemite National Park. Continue reading →
Spirit Trail Fiberworks · 2M ago

Color Inspiration Thursday: White Noise

White Noise is a quiet, subtle blend of grays on white, with surprising flecks of green, pink, orange and yellow. It's magic. Continue reading →
Spirit Trail Fiberworks · 2M ago

Finished Objects: The Anonymous Shawl

Finished Objects: The Anonymous Shawl, and how I adjusted this beautiful shawl pattern to use three colors. Continue reading →