This last Monday (07/13/2020) my guest was Heavenly Bresser. Heavenly joined me from her home in Warrenville, IL.
This show lasted an hour and forty five minutes. And we talked about a lot of things.
We talking about Heavenly's career and her family. We talked about how she got into the fiber arts world. We talked about some of her work that has been published in various magazines (please see the links below).
We talked about Heavenly's propensity to collect spinning wheels. We talked about her teaching career. And we talked about the things she's doing online... including Tour de Fleece. We also talked a little about the work she will be doing with STITCHES at Home (our upcoming virtual events).
Heavenly also shared a disturbing story of her first experience in a yarn shop.
Of course, Heavenly and I talked about a lot more than these highlights (above)... so I encourage you all to listen to the show. I think you'll really enjoy it.
Heavenly Bresser's Biography: Heavenly Bresser is a self-taught, well-rounded fiber artist from Chicago. She has over 10 years of experience with crochet and knitting, but also loves dyeing fibers, hand spinning, weaving and repairing spinning wheels. Working from fleece to project is one of her favorite things to do. Her passion for fiber arts and the joy of seeing others grow in their craft is part of her motivation as an instructor. Heavenly’s goal is to uplift, inspire and encourage those around her and challenge them to think outside the box and to do things they’d never imagine could be done. Outside of her fiber adventures, her time is spent caring for her husband, two young boys, and Morkie named Samson.
Here are the resource links to some of the things we talked about on the show...
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