Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Julie's Team TFA Post!

Hi Everyone! As Tanis mentioned on Monday, I'm new to the TFA Team, and I couldn't be more excited. It's funny how sometimes you can practically draw a straight line between something wonderful in the present and a seemingly small thing in the past, but it definitely all started with a dress:
the dress

A special, magical dress. Sharing it with Tanis definitely began a friendship. We kept up with each other via our blogs, and email from time to time. So when I mentioned to her that I was thinking about getting into the social media side of knitting more and doing a lot more designing, she was more than supportive- she had just the job for me!

This is such a perfect match. I have already been in love with TFA yarns for ages- the yarns are wonderfully squishy soft, feel like heaven to knit with, and hold up really well once they are in finished knit form. I've got more than few TFA projects that are totally standing up to wear and tear. Other than sharing a dress size, we also have the same aesthetic vision for TFA, and can talk about yarns and knits and designs until... well, we haven't stopped yet!

Let's take a look at some of the new stuff, shall we? Over there on the right hand side bar, you'll see the new Twitter, Facebook group, and rss feed buttons. If you want to know all the latest info, please follow TFA in your favourite internet weapon of choice!  The Tanis Fiber Arts Ravelry Group is also alive and kicking, so head on over if you'd like to join, or check out patterns that were made especially with TFA yarns in mind.And if you ever want to get in touch, don't be shy- send us a Facebook message, email, or tweet.


  1. Best use of a wedding dress - it would get my vote. You both looked stunning in it, and I still can't believe the generosity that led to this business collaboration.

    Good on both of you!

  2. What great news! I love dynamic duos and now TFA has one!

  3. Congrats on the perfect partnership! And I love the dress! Do you mind sharing the designer and style name of the gown?

    How lovely it must have been to have been worn by two beautiful brides.

  4. Congrats on the most amazing partnership!! I look forward to using TBA for my next project



  6. What a beautiful story. Thanks for sharing and looking forward to seeing more posts from you, Julie! Can't wait to feel that squishy yarn from TBAs!


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