Liz shares a selection of Sara Lamb's frequently asked questions from Sara's new book Spin to Weave: The Weaver's Guide to Making Yarn
Oftentimes my favorite articles are a result of the problem-solving that goes into creating a well-rounded issue. Here is a little of the back story from the Spring issue.
After watching Sara Lamb's new workshop video, Spin to Weave, Liz feels like she has the knowledge to make yarn that will be the best for weaving, both in structure and appearance.
It is amazing how first impressions can affect our whole relationship with a craft. We are lucky to have resources like Maggie Casey's Start Spinning and Abby Franquemont's Respect the Spindle at our fingertips.
See how Spinning Daily members answered: "For what aspect of spinning are you most thankful?" and who won a copy of Abby Franquemont's book Respect the Spindle.
As more and more issues of Spin-Off are offered digitally we have access to treasured content from the past.
See how Spinning Daily members answered the question: "Why do you Respect the Spindle?" and who won a copy of this wonderful book.
In tight quarters collection CDs make more room for the things we love.
Liz finds local craft groups a great way to find her next project. The Interweave pattern store offers a similar experience online.
There are many similarities between putting together an issue of Spin-Off and creating a project from scratch with handspun.
Research—one of the many benefits of past issues of Spin-Off being available digitally.
Galina Khmelev shares the techniques of traditional Orenburg spinning in her new DVD.
Dipping my toe into the land of colorwork.
The year ahead for Spin-Off