Irene Waggener’s global travels inspire her spinning and knitting classes—including at this year’s SOAR event—her patterns, and even a book!
Whether you are new to acid dyes or just curious to see another experienced dyer at work, Mary’s step-by-step instructions are a great way to peek into her Texas dyeing studio.
I was very excited to learn that the theme of this year’s spin-along is colorwork. Take a look at my collection of handknits and you’ll see that colorwork is so obviously my true fiber love!
Learn three ways to add a leader to your top- and bottom-whorl spindles.
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Get ready for this year’s Spin-Along with this collection of brilliant colorwork projects to spin and knit!
Season 8, Episode 9: Beginning with a plot of land, a fixer-upper, and a passion for preserving traditional knowledge, the Cameron family have built a homestead, a diversified farm, and the hub of a growing agrarian community.
Do twisted, curling handspun skeins make you break out in a cold sweat? Don’t fret! It may all come out in the wash.
Changing the order of the colors in a handpainted braid? Inconceivable! Or so I thought.
Ready to build your drop-spindle skills? Devin’s all-new spindle video course has launched. See the trailer and get Rita Buchanan’s distaff pattern!
These Queen of Diamond socks are brilliant, not only in their deep, rich color but also in their conception and toe-up construction. See how the author dyed, spun, and knitted this stunning pair, plus get the pattern!
Join your fellow spinners and fiber enthusiasts for a new Spin-Along that’s all about colorwork.
Get a sneak peek behind the scenes as the author traveled the mountains of Morocco to interview the women of an artisan cooperative, and as an added bonus, watch an interview with the founder and see the women in action.