A common thread in the fibre arts community is the shared appreciation for creating something tangible, a piece that can be held and felt in contrast to our screen-dominant lives. Needlebound provides a space where fibre artists can share their stories and perspectives in a place that is not dominated through platform algorithms. It's name is an homage to the 5th century craft of Nålebinding, which was a precursor to knitting and served as a social catalyst, where artisans gathered to create, share stories, and foster community.

Needlebound Vol 1. will be available for pre-order this Spring 2024, date TBA. To learn more about he trials & tribulations of the self-publication process and stay in touch with important dates, please subscribe to the Needlebound newsletter 🔗