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New feature articles three times a month explore topics ranging from where Canadian yarn comes from to what happens to a quilt when we discard it to how we can make sure the clothes we make fit us well, no matter our measurements.

Digits & Threads is exclusively about Canadian art and craft.
Indigenous communities hold vast fibre- and textile knowledge and have rich traditions of craft, art and stewardship; we work to establish and nurture relationships with Indigenous makers and writers.

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Circular by Design: Slow Fashion by Anne Mulaire

Circular by Design: Slow Fashion by Anne Mulaire

Anishinaabe/French Métis fashion designer Anne Mulaire is part of an innovative movement of clothiers committed to building a slow, circular Canadian fashion industry. Inspired by teachings passed down through seven generations of her family, she creates garments that reflect her deeply held family and personal beliefs.

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Embellishing Handknits

Embellishing Handknits

In the first of a two-part series on embellishing handknits, explore some of the many options for adding embroidery and other creative touches to your knitting projects. Included are instructions for making several embroidered stitches.

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