During lambing season, I spend more time with my Border Leicesters than at any other time of the year.
Devin offers tips for making space for spinning to suit any living situation, from a single spindle and a few ounces of fiber in a basket to a room filled with tools, a wheel, and fiber.
When repairing lace, you need to know how the lace pattern is knitted row by row.
Paco-vicuña is an ideal fiber for handspinners. As Jane Levene explains, the crinkle, or tiny, unorganized crimp, helps to interlock the fibers, creating that loft so many of us love.
One handspinner’s experiment to answer the question.
Florida native cotton’s staple length isn’t more than one inch, so it's a challenge to spin.
When it comes to bast fibers, extracting the usable fiber from the plant can take patience and practice.
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