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Dear Newsletter Subscriber,

We founded Long Thread Media and acquired Handwoven in 2019 with a mission to help you get better at what you love to do, whether that's handweaving or deepening your appreciation of the art and craft of handweaving.

Throughout the media we produce—the magazine, videos, workshops, podcast, and more—we stay focused on weavers talking about weaving in a way that helps you grow and learn. We dig below the surface, into the why's and how's, so you can apply lessons from some of the world's greatest weavers to your own weaving.
 
To provide this content, we depend on you. We're not bankrolled by some big outside media business—we are a self-funded, employee-owned-and-operated, small business—and every penny that you spend with us goes into improving what we provide you.

I hope you'll take the time to join our family of Handwoven supporters and subscribers. You can subscribe here to Handwoven or if you'd like all of our publications (Handwoven, Spin Off, and PieceWork), we recently launched the Long Thread Media All Access membership - we really appreciate your support.

Sincerely,
The Long Thread Media Team

Long Thread Media serves content for the handspinning, handweaving, and traditional needlework communities online, in person, and in print. The company was founded by Linda Ligon, Anne Merrow, and John Bolton to publish HandwovenPieceWork, and Spin Off, as well as offer information, education, and community to crafters in those fields. 

From the bottom of our hearts, thanks for being part of this new venture with us. 

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