Find me on Facebook: Alte Künste – Ancient Arts and in the mutual Facebook-group with Holles Wollfärberei & Alte Künste – Ancient Arts.

Amoratura is a label for natural dyed locally sourced German Merino yarn by GrosseWolle. I am very honoured to be the dyer for them. Check out their pages, they have amazing things around local yarn and wool-products. 

Everything you heart desires of historic textile craft! Besides unique historic textile tools, pallia also has a daily English blog

Hand Herz Seele – the place to go for knitting holidays,
fibre related retreats are  around knitting, spinning and dyeing in Germany. Inspiring teachers, beautiful locations and a very special creative atmosphere make for a wonderful time to relax and learn. 

Quicumque – German magazine on modern off grid life and homesteading.
Their emphasis is on electricity & heating, food & water, lifestock & crafts.

Die Handspinngilde e.V.  German organisation promoting traditional hand-spinning. Lots of information and also get-togethers.

wonderful knitting & textile blog by the fabulous Sabine. Check out her textile adventures and her own designs and patterns. 

The Textile Orchard – worldwide map on plant- and natural dyes, featuring museums, artist, teachers etc.

Yarn Harlot –Stephanie Pearl-McPhee’s blog on knitting and life in general.

Textile Geschichten – historico-cultural blog on textiles. All about needle, thread, clothing and fabric. 

Wollwärts – a lovely blog on knitting traditions, wool and their history.