Shetland sheep have a champion in Martha Owen. Read why they’re a lively component of her spinner’s flock.
I manage data centers for planetary spacecraft. This means that I coordinate the design, development, and operation of the computer systems that process and distribute science data from missions to other planets.
Season 2, Episode 3: Ever wonder what it’s really like to own a yarn store?
Learn why every handspinner needs a wraps per inch tool in their toolbox.
Push the limits of what your drumcarder can do. Learn how a few accessories can alter the carding process and finished look of your batt.
This is an exciting career to be in, allowing me to actively engage in archiving and preserving our shared cultural heritage.
Learn how one fiber artist uses a powerful tool: the gift of time. Get tips for sharing spinning knowledge and helping others grow.
Learn why plying balls and spindles make a perfect match for on-the-go plying.
A pattern originally published in Godey’s Lady’s Book in January 1860 inspired this cozy shawl from the Summer 2020 issue of Spin Off.
Deborah has lived in Guatemala for more than 20 years, working with local weavers. But in November 2020, Guatemala was hit by two powerful hurricanes, and now she finds herself in the role of relief worker.