As I’ve written about the tools I use below, it began to resonate like a ‘what you need’ list for a project, and I don’t think that is a bad thing. I can’t even count the number of times I’ve joked with other fiber artists about the slippery slope of acquiring equipment. I had limited funds when I began my cottage business and as things sold I was able to re-invest in additional tools as needed, or wanted. Starting out, it might have been helpful to see a list of the essentials and then the other things that certainly serve a purpose I might not have thought about.
I will be adding a section on the bottom about tools I used to own that I’ve sold. It might be helpful in understanding why something didn’t work or was no longer a good piece of equipment for me.
If you have questions about any of these tools, head to my Contact page and fill out the form.