January Vlog with Jacey and Jillian

On January 24th, Jacey Faulkner and Jillian Moreno hosting the second PLY vlog, with a live virtual chat with spinners from around the world. If you missed it (or want to watch it again), you can catch up with it here. In this vlog, Jacey and Jillian share their favorite parts of the Warmth (Winter 2020) issue and give a sneak peek into the upcoming Double-Coated (Spring 2021) issue. Get behind-the-scenes information about how Jacey decides on the cover images for each issue and her confession that she just couldn’t make a decision on the picture for the Double-Coated issue as there were so many good options (and you get to see those options and which one the live viewers liked best). Great fun abounds as Jillian walks Jacey through setting up and using the Akerworks Super Skeiner (which results in a race as they try to see who can wrap their yarn the fastest). And get to know a little more about PLY’s illustrator, Kayanna Nelson, in an interview with Jillian. Finally, if you’re a PLY print subscriber, you now have digital issues included as part of your subscription; find out how to download your digital issue(s) at the 49:20 mark.

Kayanna Nelson Interview Links

Kayanna’s Instagram @stitchtogetherstudio

Stitch Together Studio

Kayanna’s inspirational Instagram accounts







Kayanna’s favorite books

Dune by Frank Herbert

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Jacey’s favorite books

100 Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry

Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter by Carson McCullers

Ask Jacey

Do you have questions about spinning? Maybe Jacey Boggs Faulkner can help? Anything is possible, after all. We’re starting a new newsletter/blog feature where Jacey will do her best to answer your spinning questions. We’re calling it  Ask Jacey. Wanna ask something? Do it here!

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