Astonished and captivated by all the colorful wool on the market? What if you could create those luscious hues yourself, all without the use of a dye pot?
I find Norman Kennedy’s video workshop From Wool to Waulking: Spinning Fiber & Creating Cloth so refreshing.
If you love hand-dyed yarn and fiber, you will love Dagmar Klos’ Natural Dyeing, now available in a streaming workshop format.
Have you wanted to choose and spin your own fleece, but had no idea where to start? Join Judith at Estes Wool Market in Colorado and learn how to confidently select, wash, and prepare fleece for spinning.
A trip to learn about how Tom Knisely grows and spins flax narrowly avoids catastrophe and ends with some amazing yarns (of all kinds).
Like many of you, I started spinning on a drop spindle. And like many of you, I hated it. I gave my spindle to someone else, and that was the end of things.
If you’ve been to a fiber show (or just have a good fiber store nearby), you’ve probably been entranced by the colorful bundles of hand-dyed yarn on display.
There is a special holiday for everything these days: donuts, ketchup, even—I kid you not—punctuation. Today is National Splurge Day, which means, on the surface, that you should go out and treat yourself.
Sip-n-knit gatherings have become increasingly popular as we look for more ways to create community and connect with other knitters offline.