Spin Off’s “Mend, Renew & Make Do” issue is here, and we’ve created a tutorial for getting started using a darning loom with spinners in mind!
We often know about spinning across the top but seeing it done well can make it easier to put it into practice.
While I love spinning and knitting cardigans that incorporate beautiful buttons, I used to struggle to find the right ones. Then I learned to make my own buttons—and you can, too!
We’re getting ready for our annual deep dive into color: blending, plying, dyeing, and more. Share your article and project ideas with Spin Off!
Get started weaving with small rigid heddles! Spin Off editor Kate Larson will show you how to warp and weave a handspun band in this tutorial. You’ll be weaving sweet bands, ribbons, and ties in no time.
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Why spin with bandweaving in mind? Kate Larson explains 3 reasons why you should give it a try. Plus, we’ve put together a collection of favorite bandweaving articles and projects to help you get started!
For this natural dye project, Kate reveals how she added subtle speckles to her knitted socks by using a resist-dyeing technique on her handspun skein.
While happily drifting among the many booths at the Wisconsin Sheep & Wool Festival, Kate tried two different e-spinner models.
These instructors make beautiful use of materials with histories that become integral to the finished textiles. Join these makers at SOAR 2023 to learn about their process from the ground up!
Hand-dyed speckle yarns inspired Joanna Johnson to try adding small streaks of color to her handspun. Learn two methods for adding these bursts of color with our step-by-step tutorial.