Francoise Danoy

Francoise Danoy

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Kia Ora, Fibre Muse! My name is Francoise, but feel free to call me Frenchie. My mission is to evolve and grow, and right now, the way I do that is by helping knitters, like you, dive deep into themselves to find their creativity and magic. Through this, they can transform their yarn into a piece of fibre art, as well as discover and benefit from the magical properties of knitting, in order to create a more meaningful experience.

All Aroha Knits offerings are designed with the best interests of the Fibre Muse in mind.

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Who is the Fibre Muse?

Thoughtful, soulful and adventurous in spirit, the Fibre Muse seeks knitting as a form of expressing herself creatively, to help and serve others, a method of self-care, and a path to creating a deeper connection with the world around her.

There are four types of Fibre Muses: the Dreamer, the Seeker, the Giver, and the Mystic. All these Fibre Muses share the same qualities as each other, but each one manifests their special type of magic more strongly than the others. Which one are you?

Connect with me:
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Never-Ending KAL Group
Join us every week for a new discussion topic! We give out prizes based on participation, rather than completion of a pattern (though we do give out gifts to those who do!).
Never-Ending KAL Group

original designs  

original designs

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from Fibre Muse Quarterly: Giver 2017
from Fibre Muse Quarterly: Giver 2017
from Fibre Muse Quarterly: SEEKER 2017
from Fibre Muse Quarterly: SEEKER 2017
from Fibre Muse Quarterly: SEEKER 2017
from Fibre Muse Quarterly: SEEKER 2017
from Fibre Muse Quarterly: SEEKER 2017
from Fibre Muse Quarterly: SEEKER 2017
from Aroha Knits
from Aroha Knits
from Spring with SweetGeorgia, Vol. 2
from Aroha Knits
from Aroha Knits
from The Fibre Muse Series 2017
from The Fibre Muse Series 2017
from SweetGeorgia Yarns
from Creative Knitting, Winter 2016
from Knotions, Fall 2016
from 6 Bits: Reflect
from Knotions, Winter/Spring 2016
from Forming Shawls and Their Charts
from Creative Knitting, Spring 2016
from Knit Picks Website
from Holla Knits Accessories 2015
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