I’ve made dozens of pairs of handknitted socks, and I live by the motto, “Always have a pair on the needles.” But I have a confession: I’ve never knit a pair of handspun socks.
The Stock Dog Trial at the Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival showcases the skills that a dog and handler use every day while caring for a flock of sheep.
One of the joys of handspinning is that you can take it with you. Spindles pack up easily, but sometimes you need something more substantial. You want a spinning wheel.
Recognized as one of the best cultural festivals in the world, Idaho’s annual Trailing of the Sheep Festival aims to celebrate and preserve the history and cultures of sheepherding in Idaho and the western United States.
Pete Hofmann’s alpaca shearing business, Top Knot Shearing, might be based in Fort Collins, Colorado, but his work takes him and his crew to alpaca farms near and far.
No need to wait for a holiday—spread the joy of spinning and making all year long!
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.
In 2010, Maurice Ribble’s girlfriend wanted an electric spinning wheel but found the available options too expensive. So Maurice built one!