Ever wonder what’s that sound and where on Earth is it coming from? Learn what parts of a spinning wheel need lubrication for sound effect–free spinning.
Every tool deserves a home. What better way to corral your fiber gadgets than in a handspun, handknitted basket? This project recipe from the Summer 2020 issue adapts easily to your own yarn and storage needs. Make a flock of them in different breeds!
Indulging in a little self-care is critical these days. Stop doomscrolling. Put down your phone or tablet and pick up your spinning fiber, needles, or shuttle.
When designing his spinning wheel, Scott Porter threw out anything he didn’t have to have.
Merino is one of the most familiar sheep breeds to spinners and nonspinners alike. Williams uncovers the quest for fine wool that rocketed this Spanish sheep’s rise in early American history.
Sabine loves her stash! And it provides her with endless inspiration. Here, she shares her tips for storing your fiber stash.
The tools used for mending are simple: sewing scissors, a darning needle, and a magnifying full-spectrum gooseneck lamp, essential for seeing the process. The shirt is priceless.
Have you been following Emonieiesha’s experiments in finishing? Learn when and how to add weight to your freshly washed handspun yarn.
A mix of naturally dyed fibers inspired this colorful, handspun sweater.
The Miskin family is dedicated to spreading the word about the resurgence of the American bison. Learn how this rugged animal’s deliciously soft down fiber is gathered and processed.