[For Paid Members] Sarah Thornton interviews rug hooker Shelly Nicolle Phillips about her Prairie Alphabet rug-hooking project that showcases one Canadian Prairie animal or plant for each letter of the alphabet.
Digits & Threads launched in the first fall of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it was a balm during lockdown and the dark days of winter to virtually explore all that’s going on in fibre and textiles across the country. Over the years, we have continued to publish articles that are rooted in place, and we hope you enjoy these visits as much as we have. Here’s the full list!
[Open Access] Our August 2023 roundup of fibre and textile arts and crafts in Canada. Explore the latest exhibitions, news, and events, including a report on the craft industry in Newfoundland and Labrador, and upcoming classes on the Sunshine Coast.
[Open Access] In this excerpt from the book Sheep, Shepherd & Land, author Anna Hunter and photographer Christel Lanthier visit Dog Tale Ranch in Watrous, Saskatchewan, and meet Arlette Seib, who, with the help of her Corriedale flock, stewards the land with a passion for species diversity and animal and ecological health.
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