Merino fiber that has about twelve crimps per inch. Romney fiber that has about six crimps per inch. Lincoln fiber that has about three crimps per inch. Locks of Potential What is it that brings you to spinning? I imagine we come to spinning for a whole host of reasons—as diverse as we are as spinners...
Amy Clarke Moore
Dec 7, 2011
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On the Cover: Locks of Romney, Lincoln, and Merino wool, which are the subjects of Beth Smith's article on spinning with the crimp in mind. DEPARTMENTS Editor's Page Letters Reviews As the Whorl Spins Get This! Abbreviations Classified Ads Advertiser's Index Autowrap by Jacey Boggs The Molo...
Nov 25, 2011
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