Repairing Knit and Crochet Projects
Jennifer, the designer behind Tinking Turtle, is joining me on the Yarn Thing Podcast today to talk about her latest adventure with knitting and crochet. She provides both finishing and repair services for customers who want a professional completion or restoration of their handknits. Learn more about repairing knit and crochet projects with Jennifer and how you can learn to do it yourself.
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About Tinking Turtle
Jennifer Raymond resides in the small town of Ashland, VA, which is right outside of Richmond. She is the owner of Tinking Turtle.
Most of her time is spent dreaming up patterns and preparing for her next teaching engagement. When not stitching up a storm, she loves to garden, dabble in photography, take long bike rides, and learn about other fiberart crafts.
With more than 20 years of stitching experience under her belt, she first learned to crochet when she was 7 years old, and knit when she was eight.
Jennifer is not only a knit and crochet teacher but she is also a wonderful designer and has started to take on the teaching of repairing your knit and crochet projects. She provides both finishing and repair services for customers who want a professional completion or restoration of their handknits. Stemming from my love of historical textiles, my approach to repairwork is to restore pieces so that they can be used and loved.
Find Tinking Turtle online in the following locations
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