Spring and our new issue delight with a fresh take on color!
Spinning marled yarns can be tricky. Judith MacKenzie will show you how to keep your drafting in tip-top shape in her new silk spinning course.
Did you see our bonus project for Spin Off subscribers, the Towline Hat? Whether you are working on this cozy cabled hat or another project with knitted cables, you might find this tutorial for working cable stitches without a cable needle helpful.
For spinners, “memory” can evoke images of crimpy wools, bouncy yarns, heirloom tools, and more. Tell us what it means to you and share your article and project ideas with Spin Off!
During the long days of summer, Kate indulged in shorter, more frequent spinning breaks. Those little pockets of time left her feeling refreshed and created loads of singles! Now it’s time to ply for a scrappy sweater.
The Spin Off editorial staff cooked up a special end-of-year surprise for our subscribers. We are grateful for your support!
Build your spinning skills with Judith MacKenzie’s new video course on unusual silks.
Join us as we explore fiber combinations that bring out the best in each other.
I found the carding methods that are best for my body, the fibers I use, and the variety of yarns I want to spin.