[Open Access] Introducing Moth Week, in which we confront the tiny terror that strikes fear into the heart of every fibre crafter: the clothing moth. Links to articles about the little beasts and how to identify, manage, and prevent their attacks.
[For Armchair & Studio Members] Marichka Melnyk interviews museum curators, yarn farmers, and textile artists about their experiences with moths, and shares advice on dealing with them…and sometimes learning to accept them.
[For Paid Members] Fibre farmer Tara Klager shares the results of a joint initiative with Emily Carr University, for which she introduced industrial design students to the wonders of Canadian wool. The students learned a lot about this natural material. Read more to see what they came up with!
[For Paid Members] Canada’s wool sector is in need of some imagination. Fibre farmer Tara Klager introduced Emily Carr University industrial design students to the qualities of Canadian wool and the importance of regenerative agriculture. Stay tuned to learn what the students came up with…
[For Armchair & Studio Members] A virtual tour of the Darn It! exhibition at the Maritime Museum of BC. The exhibition explores sustainability through the lens of the necessary repair and reuse of items at sea.
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