A love letter to linen Spinning flax into linen isn't something that I do very often—but I've often dreamed of the things I could make with this age-old fiber. I love the qualities of linen. I love that it starts as a spindly, delicate flower that is stronger than it looks; I love that...
Arizona Federation of Weavers and Spinners Guilds sponsors a biennial conference. The first Fibers Through Time event was held in 1998 and has continued to evolve over the last fourteen years. A new feature at the event is the Learning Center , an area near the vendors that will be dedicated to two-hour...
Features Spin•Off Hits the Road by Liz Gipson Dyeing with the Twisted Sisters by Lynne Vogel How CD Spindles Can Be Seeds for Spinners by Susan Sullivan Maynard A Qiviut Nachaq by Helen Griffiths Howard Spinning Flax into Linen by Jude Daurelle Spinning in Southern Madagascar by Sarah Fee Handspun...
Nov 28, 2002
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