Our final installment on Merino looks at the fiber's versatility for use in fiber arts.
Season 4, Episode 7: Lamb snuggles, Dorset buttons, Indiana soil, plain sewing, and spinning cotton on a charkha—these are the joys of editor Kate Larson.
Eyeing an unused patch of the garden, Devin plots a colorful and color-yielding bed.
There's more to these camelids than you might think; what a variety!
Sleuthing out the best vintage wheels can be challenging. Learn what one handspinner looks for in used and antique spinning wheels.
What happens with sheep that get separated from their flock and how do they survive in the vastness of the Australian Outback?
Want to make your spinning greener? See Linda Ligon’s tips for spindles, shuttles, and other tools that are good for the environment (and could, technically, make yarn).
Written up as a curiosity in the weekend paper, the little antique wheel seemed destined to become my first spinning wheel.