Whether you knit, crochet, or weave, all these crafts have one thing in common: they require yarn. Better yet, make your project with handspun yarn!
Facilitating the connection between shepherds and spinners was the inspiration behind My Local Wool, a website that helps fiber farms sell their wool directly to fiber artists and helps makers find resources for local fiber.
It’s sheep shearing time! The Museum of Appalachia, in Clinton, Tennessee, celebrates this magical rite of spring every year with Sheep Shearing Day.
In an effort to save rare and endangered sheep, The Livestock Conservancy started Shave ’Em to Save ’Em.
Colorado State University’s “lambulance” is here to help.
One of the spinning world’s ultimate endurance tests is Spinzilla, where spinners challenge themselves to spin as many yards (or meters) as they can in seven days.
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.
Head on over to the Spin Off Hapalong thread on Ravelry, and you’ll be met with a lively exchange between handspinners of all skill levels who are united in a common goal: to spin and knit a hap.
With my job, you have to have a desire to learn on a daily basis. We are constantly presented with new challenges and problems to solve.
The new year inspires many of us to plan and cast on fresh projects. Look no further! Here are a few of my favorite projects from Spin Off’s 2018 issues.