In the Winter 2022 issue, help us explore spectacular combinations: fiber blends, technique mixes, tool duos, and more!
This crochet blanket from the Spring 2015 issue of Spin Off highlights a variety of sheep breeds and only requires about 30 yards of handspun per a square..
Grab some singles, a tiny crochet hook, and some beads. Kate Larson shares how to add beads to your handspun.
Saint Distaff’s Day (also known as Distaff Day, Roc Day, or Rock Day) is the day when spinners go back to work after the holidays.
Camels have been domesticated for at least 3,000 years, serving as transport animals and providing fiber, milk, meat, and leather. Read on to learn more about spinning this timeless fiber.
Whether you're a new handspinner or a seasoned fiber enthusiast looking to break a breed rut, plan your spinning for the coming year and try some of these delightful fibers.
Early on the afternoon of April 4, 2008, after spending two hours working in a windowless room on campus, Marcy left a building to walk across campus to my office. She had entered in the sunshine, but now the sky looked ominous.
Teacher Maggie Casey guides you step-by-step through a few basic ways to spin top.
We invite you to join the Spin Off 2021 Cowl-along and send someone special a warm hug via a handspun, handmade cowl!
Underplied yarn is often achieved by beginning spinners because they ply stale singles and then look for balance in the ply when twist is dormant in the singles. But sometimes, underplying is desirable.