Our Winter issue gets to the heart of handspinning, exploring how natural fibers connect global communities. Share your article and project ideas with Spin Off!
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Love lace like we do? We’re here to help you gear up for this year’s event by gathering a collection of lace projects for you to spin and knit!
This well-known fifth-generation Navajo weaver serves as an ambassador for her culture and traditions, carrying her family’s textile heritage forward.
How could I not have spun paper? It seems only natural to combine two of my grand passions to make beautiful and intriguing cloth.
Amy Tyler’s new Spinning Wheel Mechanics course explains the science of friction and the delicate balance of creating friction where we need it and reducing friction where we don’t.
Of all the posts we added to the Spin Off website last year, these were your favorites.
Find out why cowls make a great handspun project, and download our new eBook, 7 Cowls to Spin, Make & Give from Spin Off, to find a pattern perfect for your yarn.
Spinner and teacher Heavenly Bresser talks about her fondness for some of her favorite antique wheels that she has restored from her collection of over forty!
Merino’s rise to the top as a coveted fiber for spinners