Welcome to another long winding post about the realities of spinning yarn. It’s like skeining up 500 yard lace weight skeins. If I turn the winder up all the way hoping to shorten the time, this yarn is going to break, and cause nightmares for both of us. If I slow this all the way … Continue reading The Gist of Grist (part 3)
The AFMN Summit 2020 is here!!! I’ve been waiting for this day to arrive for almost a whole year! Last year at the summit we agreed to appoint a board and officially make the Artisan Fiber Mill Network a nonprofit organization and form a charter. And this summer at the summit they are going to … Continue reading AFMN Summit 2020 Ticket Sales Launch Today!
I first read this quote that Peter Drucker wrote back in 2000 in the book Essentialism by McKeown… “In a few hundred years, when the history of our time will be written from a long-term perspective, it is likely that the most important event historians will see is not technology, not the Internet, not e-commerce. … Continue reading Peter Drucker’s foresight…
This question that I’ve been asking as of late regarding the “husbandry of God” isn’t apparently a new question 🙂 Which I knew it wasn’t but it’s nice to see others putting their voice to the question.
The advent of Industry 4.0 If you’ve been paying attention to the current developments of Industry 4.0, you’re aware that it is seeking to capitalize on the assets of the information age in the hopes of making all things smart. It’s no longer just about your phones, but your homes, cars, cities, and farms. But … Continue reading The Gospel of the Industrial Age – Industry 4.0
If you’re wanting to up your game when it comes to running your manufacturing company and making a good profit doing it “The Goal” is the Holy Grail. Maybe you don’t consider yourself much of a reader and this book is 362 pages. You can find the book on audible. But regardless, I would suggest … Continue reading The Goal
We provide you with a bird’s eye view of your business. The day to day of operations often renders you as an owner nearsighted and missing out on how to implement the hopes and dreams of your business. It’s our joy to come alongside and help you learn how to put those plans into practice. … Continue reading The Bird’s eye view…
I realize the majority of America is probably enjoying one last trip to the lake or having friends and family over for a BBQ (that’s what we’re doing). But I can’t stop thinking about the motive and the meaning behind Labor Day. What in the world is this desire to find rest? And why in … Continue reading Labor Day: Come and find rest
Down through history, God has called people to be holy – to be set apart for a unique and peculiar good work. Over time culture views them as heroes. I’m confident that most of us would be able to name one or two people who we could identify as heroes who had this calling. Names … Continue reading Business 101: called by God to be holy
Are you interested in joining other artisan fiber mills in the US to slow down fast fashion? There’s so much that needs to change in the world of textiles and fashion, and artisan fiber mills are playing a key role. It goes beyond sustainability and moral issues. It has left the fabric of our culture … Continue reading Fiber Mills in the US…