Spin-Off Spring 2008

Wrap-and-Roll: A soft-core yarn from a hard-core spinner by Bonnie Rose with Sarah Anderson; Cables: Demystifying the mysterious yarn by Judith MacKenzie McCuin; Traditional Danish Tie-Shawls by Dorothea Fischer.

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On the Cover:
Wrap-and-roll yarns by Sarah Anderson, page 70.

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Cables: Demystifying the mysterious yarn
Cables: Demystifying the mysterious yarn, p. 46


Handspun Gallery of Shawls
Handspun Gallery of Shawls,
p. 88


Trinity Stitch Baby Jacket
A Cormo Trinity Stitch Baby Jacket, p. 76

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Fiber Basics: Cormo
by Margaret Heathman

Handspun Gallery of Shawls

Fiber Optics and Yarns
by Diane Mulholland

HOW TO

Spinning Tips: Wraps per inch
by Amanda Berka

Spinning Basics: The effects of twist in plying
by Abby Franquemont

Cables: Demystifying the mysterious yarn
by Judith MacKenzie McCuin

Wrap-and-Roll: A soft-core yarn from a hard-core spinner
by Bonnie Rose with Sarah Anderson

PROJECTS

Spun 2 Ways: Hats at any size and any gauge
Design by Ann Budd,
yarns by Kristi Schueler and Carol Huebscher Rhoades

A Cormo Trinity-Stitch Baby Jacket
by Margaret Heathman

Traditional Danish Tie-Shawls
by Dorothea Fischer

Two Camelid Tops
by Deborah Kaplan

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A video of the wrap-and-roll technique

More of Your Yarn.

 

Corrections

We misprinted a web address in the Traditional Danish Tie-Shawl article, the correct address is http://www.lustauffarben.de/


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JudyG wrote
on Feb 14, 2009 7:37 AM

I cannot seem to open the video "wrap and roll".  Is it me, or is it no longer available?

Amy's Blog wrote
on Nov 29, 2010 1:11 PM

A note from Amy: I first met Sarah Anderson virtually through a submission to Spin-Off magazine where