Wonder what the numbers such as 5/3 or 2/20 mean in weaving yarn? Amy Tyler has the answers.
Patch it, mend it, or darn it—visible mending is hot! Transforming a worn piece of clothing with vibrant stitchwork offers a great way to show off your handspun yarn.
Every spinner should know this trick! Learn how to cross-lace your flier to save your hands.
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.
Season 4, Episode 1: Weaving her first skein of silk yarn was nothing like Karen Selk expected, but the fiber enchanted her enough to shape her craft, career, and the course of her life.
Few spinners are eager to spin the coarse blend of wool, hair, and kemp that makes up Herdwick fleece. But what happens when that fleece is combined with sari silk?
A quick look back at some of our favorites from 2021.
Build your spinning skills with Judith MacKenzie’s new video course on unusual silks.
Read about the fascinating history of silk arriving in the Americas.