Fiber Voodoo has a new home!

After a lot of soul searching, I finally bit the bullet and got my domain and am starting a website. My blog has been migrated here from Blogger. I’m hoping to schedule a weekly blog post (probably Sunday evenings).

As you can see, there are two additional pages – these will contain pictures, descriptions and ordering info for yarn and fiber.

One of my biggest issues with my etsy store was the rigidity of shipping. I couldn’t tell people how to figure shipping to Canada, for instance, and if someone wanted to buy 3 braids, there was no way to combine shipping amounts to make it economical. I’m hoping to fix that here.

I will also be adding a list of classes that I teach, with their requirements, minimum students, etc.

Of course, true to form, I’ve started this when I have another show to dye lots of fiber/yarn for… I’m not sure if I’ll get much content up other than the blog in the next couple of weeks, but I’m going to try!!

One Response to Fiber Voodoo has a new home!

  1. Hi – I googled Charley Murphey looms and you were ALL of the hits I got. I read a dozen of your blog posts about weaving. Amazing to see your progress over a couple of years.
    I live north of Seattle and am an older SAHM that loves all things fiber. I sew all the time, crochet, and other fiddly bits. I have a spinning wheel in my garage that I have never used and now my grandmother’s loom is being offered to me. She has late stage dementia and I can not ask her anything about it. The label says The original Charley Murphey Loom Seattle WA, and had 4 trundles. Any advise? Thanks for the wonderful pics.

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