It’s time for a new hashtag! #tfcloves is our way of celebrating all that we love in our creative community. The Fibre Co. team is made up of creative women who make almost every single day. Whether it’s a fibre art, baking, photography, textiles or something else entirely, the TFC team is always buzzing with new projects. From time to time it might distract us during our work to do lists….. it definitely helps inspire them!
So each week, we will be sharing a little of the inspiration we’ve been finding from around the internet. You can look for the regular updates on what we’ve spotted that week via:
The idea is to keep you feeling creative and inspired, something we would love every person to feel when they discover The Fibre Co. yarns and patterns.
#tfcloves – fresh inspiration
To start us off, we’ve got a little round up of just a few of the things catching our eye this week.
- Sewing- We are all coveting the Reversible Metamorphic Dress from Sew Liberated. We spotted this on our Instagram feeds a few times this week and there’s been much chatter about the joy of a good full skirt and of course, pockets.
- Ethical Fashion- A few of us on the team have been following ethical blogger Mel Wiggins for a while. We particularly enjoyed her ‘Ethical Fashion and Finding Your Personal Style‘ blog post recently. Excellent food for thought and good actionable tips.
- New planners- One or two of us on the team are die hard paper planner fans and spotted linen bound options in beautiful shades of grey, lemon or olive over at (super addictive) online store Present and Correct. Stationery fans? Click with caution.
- Fanzines- The bi-annual Fashion Revolution fanzine explores the issue of waste and mass-consumption in the fashion industry, and hopes to inspire you to buy less, care more, and know how to make the clothes you love last for longer. We’re eagerly awaiting issue 2 as the first one really got us thinking.
- Mini Bowls- Notions, jewelry keeper or a little serving dish, we love this versatile little handmade beauty from KT Ceramics (you’ll often see her work scattered across our Instagram!). Katie just created her first homewares collection for online store Lewes Map and we love it!
What’s been inspiring you lately?