It was slow coming to you international folks, I know, but I think just about everyone (minus a few South American subscribers) has their Winter issue of PLY. What did you think? I have to tell you the truth, this one took the most for me to love but it wasn’t the content or articles […]
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About Jacey Faulkner
Jacey is the director and editor in chief at PLY. She likes sheep, word on the street is that they like her too.
Entries by Jacey Faulkner
It’s that time again, the time when I ask you to review the current issue. I want to know what you think. I have some gorgeous textured batts to send one lucky reviewer/subscriber. They’re the kind of batts that make fantastic corespun yarn, the kind that Steph Gorin wrote about in this very issue. If […]
As the clocks clicked over to 10:00, everything went live. I was nervous that I was throwing a party that nobody would come to (highschool was a tough time for everyone, right?) but at 10:01 we had 2 orders! The guides worked! Those first 2 spinners went through there like the wind! Or like somebody posted […]
It’s coming! Registration for the first annual PLY Away is only a few short days away (Wednesday, Nov 11th at 10 am, CST). We’ve made a few guides to help you choose and to get you ready for the registration process, they’re here ! I think they’re really helpful so take a look if your plans […]
For the most part I can take critique. I can. In my 20s I was terrible at taking it but somewhere in my 30s I gained an appreciation for good critique — people telling me things that could make whatever it is I’m doing, better. For many people, and for me up until recently, critique […]
I think most readers have gotten the Fine issue of PLY by now, right? If you haven’t and you feel deep in your heart that you should have, email me and we’ll figure it out together! Otherwise, what did you think? I’ll tell you what I think — I think it’s our finest issue to […]
We are the ones carrying around a wad of fiber that we happily suspend by a piece of colorful string, the ones referring to a 15-lb contraption that doesn’t have a handle or a bag as “portable”, the ones that think it just makes sense to have that many raw fleeces, the ones that don’t […]
One of my favorite projects in any PLY is the Pacific Trillium Stole by Melinda VerMeer. I love the drape of the Leicester Longwool, the running lace stitches throughout the length and the gentle lace edgings. I like that it’s so wide and so long. It feels substantial and delicate at the same time. The […]
I always find it so interesting and beautiful, the different wheels we spinners use. I love that there is a wheel for everyone. I thought you might like to see the wheels that were at the workshop in New Mexico. There’s some well-known wheels and a few lesser known ones!