Do you feel alone in your struggle?
Your friends and family don't understand your passion and how important it is to you.
They look at your business as if it's a hobby and at your hobby as if it's an obsession... ugh!
Eager to grow consciously?
Overwhelmed by branding and marketing? Worried about greenwashing? Learn more conscious and sustainable practices with us!
Are you unclear of what step to take next?
Invest your time and money mindfully. We guide you toward intentional growth.
From tangled mess to tidy skein.
We help you organise your workspace and your mind.
You don't need to figure it all out by yourself. The Ja, Wol platform and our Community offers everything you need for a holistic business and/or craft experience.
(starting at € 8,50 / month)
1. LISTEN TO THE 'PATTERN SHIFT' PODCASTListen
Expert tips for textile businesses, promoting growth and well-being
2. SIGN UP FOR INSPIRING + INSIGHTFUL NEWSSign Up
Bi-weekly emails: craft and business updates, podcast episodes. Customize your preferences.
3. BECOME A COMMUNITY MEMBERJoin Us
From as little as €8.50, unlock the doors to our Friendly Fiber Village, where a world of events, programs, courses, and workshops awaits you.
☞ € 8,50
Whether you're starting or established, we're here for you. Imperfect change-makers with huge stashes, recovering perfectionists, quiet and loud, energised and exhausted. Representing all genders, backgrounds, neuro-spices, and identities. Let's support each other and create something incredible together!
Practicing mindful intention you'll discover there is so much more you can do.
Intentional living is magical; with the focus on your crafts, conscious choices will never be serious or boring!
Community support is the best medicine against feeling alone in your struggles.
But don't take my word for it...
Hi, I'm Saskia (she/ her)
I went from (you may scroll fast here)
knitting pattern designer to
needle craft teacher then
needle craft school owner to
indie yarn shop owner,
yarn designer and
yarn dyer, oh and also
product designer. Then I became a
community builder (online and offline),
writer of content,
event organiser and
I have always been the insatiable student, the pigheaded changer of things. The early adopter and early let-go-er. The quiet revolutionary and the enthusiastic optimist. The one that makes jokes at awkward times. A born creative and a converted organiser. Getting in gear before the idea is even fully worked out. The recovering perfectionist.
To make a long story short,