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2013, Spring: Green yarn

Download Now Green yarns! In our Fall 2012 issue, we challenged readers to the very open task of creating green yarn. It was fun to see the variations that can be created while keeping yarn green. Download Now

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2012, Fall: Recycled yarn

Download Now Recycled yarn! In our Spring 2012 issue, we featured two articles about harvesting yarn from existing garments. We challenged you to use what you learned to reinvent something from your closet (or local thrift store). Download Now

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2012, Spring: Barber poles and mud

Download Now Barber poles and mud! We challenged readers to explore these two often maligned traits in handspun. We were surprised at the broad spectrum of yarn we received and at how many readers were able to combine barber poles and mud into one yarn! Download Now

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2011, Fall: Paper

Paper! In our Spring 2011 issue, Judith MacKenzie shared her experiences spinning with sewing-pattern paper. We hope it got your creative juices flowing to start your own experiments! Sorry this awesome content is for site members only. But, it’s never too late to join us! Come on in and we’ll show you how. Username Password…

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2011, Spring: Camelids

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