With all the great spinning workshops that Interweave kee ps putting out, my video library is outgrowing my bookshelf space. Fortunately, the folks in our online education department have come up with a brilliant sol ution. They've just launched our new Craft Daily site! This means that I can watch...
Amy Clarke Moore
May 15, 2013
Filed under: Filed under: How To Spin, Spin-Off Magazine, Plying, Drum Carder, Handspun, How-To, Types of Yarn, Carding and Combing, Spinning, Processing Fiber
On the Cover: Carding on a Blending Board DEPARTMENTS Editor's Page Letters Reviews As the Whorl Spins Get This! Abbreviations Advertisers' Index Classified Ads Comparing American Wensleydale to British Wensleydale by Sarah Wroot History in the Making: Mountain Meadow Wool Mill by Liz Gipson...
Donna Towell helping 4-H members learn to spin. Wisconsin Spindle and Dyepot Guild. Spinning demonstrations at the county fair. Wisconsin Spindle and Dyepot Guild. Learning to spin llama. Wisconsin Spindle and Dyepot Guild. What was your first handspinning experience? Many people are inspired to learn...
Jun 29, 2012
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Maggie Casey teaching Spinning 101 at SOAR 2011 in Manchester, New Hampshire. Judith MacKenzie teaching her Spinning for Color workshop at SOAR 2011 in Manchester, New Hampshire. Deb Menz teaching her From Swatch to Scarf workshop at SOAR 2011 in Manchester, New Hampshire. Bringing the Spin-Off Autumn...
Nov 23, 2011
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Woolly comfort or implements of the unknown? Discover new uses for handcards and tahklis. Photo by Jason Reid. Michael Cook walks you through a traditional Lao method of reeling silk. Photo by Michael Cook. The Columbia Mitts by Star Athena are the essence of winter comfort. Photo by Joe Coca. Finding...
When we returned from Spin-Off Autumn Retreat (SOAR) last year, I explained to folks here at Interweave that SOAR is all about transformation. Because it’s an autumn retreat, we watch leaves transform into crimson and gold and other colors there likely aren’t names for yet. Unwieldy tufts...
On the Cover: The Morning Surf Scarf is the perfect pattern for showing off handspun yarn, page 86. 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 Old Shale Lace Triangle...