Jenna Fear

How to Weave on a Stick with Branch Weaving

Looking for an easy-yet-fulfilling craft for all skill levels? Try weaving with branches!

Solar-powered Textiles: You Could Wear the Sun’s Energy

Solar-powered textile technology is still in its early stages of development, and it could be several years before we can wear—or weave—solar-powered fabric. Learn about it.

Weavers in Laos Aim to Share Their Culture with Textiles

A group of 8 weavers from Laos are working hard to fulfill their textile dreams this year. The weavers are part of Ock Pop Tok in Luang Prabang, Laos, a team that works to shed light on Lao textiles and artists while increasing economic opportunity.

Cotton + Corn = Sustainable Shoes

With Cotton + Corn, which is what Reebok is calling this initiative, the brand will focus on the development, use, and post-use shoe production cycles.

Cozy Clothes for Rescued Elephants in India

Thanks to the knitters and staff, the rescued elephants at the center were kept warm through the winter

The Knitting War Spies of History

In the United States and abroad, wartime has long involved knitters.

How One Family Turned a Small Town into a Quilting Hub

The rural town of Hamilton, Missouri, is home to 1,724 residents and at least one family of quilting enthusiasts.

Pineapple as the new leather? Meet Piñatex

Piñatex is a textile made from the pineapple leaf fiber that could revolutionize the fashion industry!

From Scary to Snuggly: The History of the Teddy Bear

Theodore Roosevelt might not look much like a Teddy bear, but he is the namesake of the famous toy