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Lonna Cunningham is a fibre artist, writer, and small holder who lives in rural Alberta with her family, some chickens, dogs, cats, sheep, and a cow or two.
Her former career in Information Technology came to an abrupt end with the onset of Delayed Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in early 2011: you can read about her journey through trauma in her first book, Just Keep Knitting: a journey of healing through forgiveness, faith, and fibre. Lonna is also the author of The Rookie’s Field Guide to Supported Spinning, a how-to book for people who would like to be able to make pretty string with nothing more than a handful of fibre, a weighted stick, and a dish. Fibre artists will probably know Lonna as Frazzlehead, from Ravelry – and if you are a fibre artist who has not yet found ravelry.com, you need to check it out! There’s a wealth of information and a lot of interesting people hanging out there, Lonna included. Look her up – she’d love to hear from you.
on March 06, 2013 :
I have knitted for over 20 years and I read many books on lace knitting. This is the first book, that I have read, that not only very clearly gives you the basics, but also gives you the information in a very understandable way, from type of yarn to blocking the finished item. I feel confident in knitting the lace pattern provided in the book and the other lace patterns I have been saving. It is great to buy a book and feel like you have received more than you paid for it.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)