Joined 7 years ago from Massachusetts, USA
I've worked as an environmental educator since 1997, teaching nature and nature-based art classes for kids ages 3-to-14. I've used this experience to write several books for adults on ways to guide children through nature (available on Amazon).
I run a shop on Etsy, Wee Cat Creations, that sells knit and crocheted fashion accessories, and I write about yarn crafts.
I also write about things that interest me and that are important to may life: belly dance, organizing, and emotional eating.
7 years ago
Ladder yarn is also called trellis yarn and it is a type of ribbon yarn where blocks of threads reach between two strands of yarn. Although this looks like an intimidating yarn to work with, it isn't
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