This is me

Hi my name is Marieca (its an anagram of America…honest). I love history, reading and all things woolly. I returned to the world of woollen textiles through experimental archaeology when I was asked to devise a tablet weaving session for the local Young Archaeologists’ Club. Giddy with mastering this ancient form of weaving I went on to re-vitalize the skills of crochet and knitting I learnt from my mother and before I knew it I was setting up a wool craft group and having a go at anything woolly.

I live in the beautiful Lake District together with my ancient spaniel and whichever of my grown-up children has fluttered back to the nest for a visit.

2018 update….

Having moved from vegetarianism to veganism – in addition to finding a decent milk alternative for my cup of tea … still a work in progress – I have had to re-think my crafty relationship with animal products like wool. Sob! I have loved my adventures in wool crafts and continue to use-up the wools in my stash BUT it is time to grasp the nettle (possibly literally) and start on a new path. So off I set with wobbly steps onto the road less travelled of vegan-environmentally-friendly yarns and fibres. It would be lovely if you can keep me company along the way.

2021 update …

While still vegan in diet ousting wool from my crafting has proved tricky. I have discovered the right plant based milk for my precious cups of tea. Yippee! Hemp if you were wondering. But those pesky perfect non-plastic plant based yarns are eluding me. The quest continues … can anyone lend me a hobbit? A couple of elves? Maybe a wizard?

10 comments on “This is me

  1. Uncle Spike says:

    So you decided to follow Uncle Spike. Oh I’m a happy blogger now – thanks for that special mouse click.

    Have a great old day…

  2. Hey, just wanted to say thanks for following my silly little blog.

  3. youngatfifty says:

    I enjoy your posts and have nominated you for the Liebster Award. You can click here to learn more :

  4. Patch says:

    Thankyou for the follow. We have a lot in common… crochet, Cumbria and West Yorkshire…. Looking forward to getting to know you better.

  5. Thank you so much for following me and Millie – it’s always good to connect with a fellow book lover!

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