Who are the people who made this list, you might ask?
This information has been put together by the Fiber Arts Group of Falls of Schuylkill Library. We meet at the Library which is at 3501 Midvale Avenue in the East Falls neighborhood of Philadelphia. We meet every Tuesday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and on the sec-ond Monday of the month from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
As long as the Library is open, we meet.
Please join us!
Friends of Falls Library Fiber Arts Group firstname.lastname@example.org
Clara Parkes is an American author, yarn critic, and wool expert. Ms. Parkes, a New York Times bestselling author, has been described as “quite possibly the only writer you will ever read who can make a discussion of micron counts absolutely riveting.” (Wikipedia). www.Claraparkes.com
Knitter’s Review. Founded in 2000 and written by Clara Parkes, Knitter’s Review explores the yarns, tools, books, events, techniques, and people who shape our knitting experiences. www.Knittersreview.com
The Wool Channel is a member-supported platform, publication, and community dedicated to giving wool a voice in the world. www.thewoolchannel.com
Philly Fiber Flock is a private Facebook group and a group member needs to review your request to join this group. It shares local “crafty” happenings from fiber arts to candle and soap making to photography and beyond. It posts gatherings of different groups and events.
Ravelry is a free website for knitters, crocheters and fiber artists. It is a community site, an organizational tool and a yarn and pattern database for knitters and crocheters. www.Ravelry.com
YouTube. Type in your interest and enjoy what comes up in your search. www.youtube.com