Recently, I was extremely fortunate to have the folks at Handwoven write a brief review of my monograph Jewelry from Your Yarn Stash. This monograph was published in July 2010 . . . just in time for Convergence. Last fall, I was asked by the folks with the Sewing & Stitchery Expo (aka SewExpo . . . the largest sewing-related conference in the country) if I would morph two classes together . . Jewelry from Your Yarn Stash and Jewelry from Your Fabric Stash. After I thought about it for a few minutes, I realized it was a good idea and decided to morph the jewelry from yarn monograph published last year with the one on jewelry from fabric monograph that was in-progress. This produced the new monograph Jewelry Making for Fiber Enthusiasts, which was published in early March 2011. It costs a little more . . . but, it includes everything the previous monograph covers . . . plus, it adds techniques for using fabric. Both are available . . . and so is my first monograph Handwoven Decorative Trim – An introduction to weaving passementerie trim.
- Jewelry Making for Fiber Enthusiasts – $20 (this includes everything covered in Jewelry from Your Yarn Stash, but also include some techniques for using fabric)
- Jewelry from Your Yarn Stash – $15
- Handwoven Decorative Trim – $18.95
Postage in the United States is $2 for each one. Postage to Canada is $4 for each one. You can pay me via PayPal. My id is email@example.com. Or you can pay me via check by mailing it to the address below.
P.O. Box 3178
Bremerton, WA 98310
Below are images of the monograph covers.