I’m Anne-Sophie, the designer behind Fibre & Folk! I am french (from Dordogne, where medieval castles mingle with vineyards) and passionate about fiber and textile arts for several years. I created this blog to share with you my modern and inspired designs.My work is inspired by nature, folklore with a tendency towards minimalism. I especially like working with natural yarns like cotton, wool, linen,…
I strive to make patterns and tutorials accessible to beginners, written as explicitly as possible so that your achievements are above all a moment of relaxation. I created this site as an open book of my inspirations, a place where I let all my creativity express itself in happiness.
But there is not only knitting and crochet in life (What ?!) Let’s just say that all the techniques using yarn interest me: macrame, embroidery, weaving,.. that you will find in the Do It Yourself section.
I also want to make you discover the designs of other creative entrepreneurs/companies particularly about sewing by carrying out versions of their patterns and thus to share with you my fashion and decoration discoveries.
Have a nice visit on my blog and let’s share the handmade ♡
If you need help with a pattern please leave a comment on the page of the blog article concerned in order to share help with each others! I will respond as soon as possible, thank you.
For any other question, or request please email me at: email@example.com
I’m always looking for testers to help me validate my patterns before their public release. All information by clicking HERE.
This blog is a personal site written and edited by me. All patterns and images created by Fibre and Folk belong to Fibre and Folk. You cannot reprint, publish, sell my patterns or claim them as your own.
If you want to make finished items to sell from my patterns, in limited quantities, please send me an email.
Thank you for respecting my work in the making of these creations!
You are invited to share my creations and inspirations on social networks as long as you connect them directly to the blog article concerned (by providing the link).