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Wife and mother of 4, Zsuzsanna reintroduced herself to the art of spinning 3 years ago.
I started to explore and learn about the craft because the knowledge of spinning is unfortunately falling into oblivion in my country. Last year I released my book about spinning and it is currently the only book available in Hungary on the topic!
Zsuzsanna also has a blog where she shares her fibre adventures and hopes those that read her tales “discover and learn more about this forgotten magic.”
What is your craft? I dye, spin, knit and weave.What is your favourite fibre? I love all the types of fibres. I enjoy exploring the best way to use them, from coarse wool to the finest silk.What is your favourite breed of sheep? If I must choose, I would say merino.What do you like most about WoW? The wide range of fibres and the flexible and rapid communication.
Zsuzsanna’s web site:http://harmat-cseppek.blogspot.com/
Elynn - who hails from Hendersonville, North Carolina - has been felting full time for about 5 years. Prior to felting she was a painter for 25 years, working in oils.
From landscapes to detailed floral wool paintings, Louise Hancox has blended her set of skills to produce stunning art pieces.
Creating needle felted, framed landscapes and seascapes from on and around Anglesey, Award Winning Helen Dolling is the superb artist behind Felt Inspired.
Specialising in hand dyed yarn and woven textiles, Salisbury based Emma Baker is a life-long knitter and the owner of SpireCrafts.