It comes as no surprise that food can be an incentive to stay for the whole meeting according to members of the Spindle and Dyepot Guild (Wisconsin) . Bringing a dish to pass or a snack to share encourages everyone to remain, while increasing the number of ideas expressed and answers to questions raised...
On the Cover: Undulating Scarf, page 50. Departments Editor's Page Letters As the Whorl Spins by Stefanie Berganini Reviews Get This! by Stefanie Berganini Abbreviations Calendar Classified Ads Advertiser's Index Get Loopy: Experiment with boucle by Jacey Boggs Drafting Techniques: The long and...
On the cover : Loom Blooms can add a festive quality to anything—from hair barrettes to flip flops! Features Behind the Scenes: At Vermont Spindle Company by Cindy Ellen Hill Spinning True to Oneself by Randy Chelsey In Hot Water by Glenna Dean Handspun Gallery of Ponchos A Passion for Fiber by...
Nov 28, 2005
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