You don't need a blending board to make colorful rolags. Make pseudorolags with these helpful tips!
The information you learn from a twist-angle tool can help you achieve more consistent yarns.
Linda Ligon addresses some old wives’ tales that have been making the rounds since she started spinning and weaving.
This woolly winter warmer from the Fall 2011 issue features the styling of a classic seaman's scarf, including reversible cables along the edges with a moss-stitch seawall in the center of the front panels.
Eager for a preview of what your yarn will look like when plied? Sampling and creating a self-ply is a great way to determine your yarn’s size.
Sampling a new-to-you spinning fiber provides valuable information about what your finished handspun yarn will look like. Devin shares why this extra step is worth the effort.
We gathered some fibers we had on hand for this introduction to natural fibers. The list is nowhere near exhaustive, but it provides examples of common plant and animal spinning fibers.
In the Spring 2016 issue of Spin Off, Kate Larson shared tips for embroidering with your handspun yarns. From chain stitch to couching, thread a needle and create beautiful needlework with your handspun.
There has never been a better time to be a fiber lover on Black Friday. Whatever you're doing on this unusual holiday, take some time to enjoy the pleasures of yarn this week.