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    Janet Renouf-Miller bio

    Janet Renouf-Miller runs Create with Fibre, and is a registered teacher with the Association of Weavers Spinners and Dyers and has taught at their renowned Summer School. Janet has also taught courses for many spinning and weaving Guilds, knitting groups, shops and voluntary organisations. She is the author of How to Spin (just about anything).

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    Janet Renouf-Miller

    New Lowimpact.org publication: a knitting and textiles tour of Scotland by folding bicycle

    Janet Renouf-Miller 17-Jul-2016

    Lowimpact.org has a new publication, about a 57-year-old (sorry Janet) woman’s decision to leave her home in Ayrshire and take a grand tour of Scotland on a Brompton folding bicycle, visiting and giving workshops for textile groups along the way. Read more

    What’s it like owning a Brompton folding bicycle?

    Janet Renouf-Miller 09-Aug-2015

    So what’s it like to own a Brompton? I had forgotten how great it was to own a Brompton, actually.  I am so used to mine, which I have had for 13 years, that if feels like a part of me and I guess I took it for granted – until it was in being repaired Read more

    Holidays without flying: how to cycle around Scotland on a folding bike

    Janet Renouf-Miller 28-Jul-2015

    Obviously this isn’t a ‘no-fly’ holiday if you live on the other side of the world to Scotland, but I’m sure you have somewhere beautiful closer to home for a holiday that doesn’t involve an environmentally-damaging flight. Read more

    Our partner Janet’s upcoming knitting, spinning, sewing & craft tour of Scotland by folding bicycle

    Janet Renouf-Miller 05-Apr-2015

    Knit 1 Bike 1 – a journey, a book and an exhibition: Janet Renouf-Miller of Create With Fibre sets off on 29th June 2015, on a Brompton folding bicycle to cycle 850 miles round Scotland, giving free talks and workshops in exchange for accommodation. Read more

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