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Happy Stitching: A Bargello Spindle Bag

A treat for subscribers featuring handspun yarn in needlework

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A Little Gift: The Towline Hat

The Spin Off editorial staff cooked up a special end-of-year surprise for our subscribers. We are grateful for your support!

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Pacing Pullovers: Small Sweaters for Hard Times

When spinning for a full-sized sweater isn’t an option, I’ve found it equally satisfying to work on a really small one, such as these sweet miniature sweaters.

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The Study in Pink Scarf

Make your own avocado-dyed, ikat-style scarf—no complex treadling or weaving patterns required. Based on traditional ikat resist-dyeing techniques, a modern, geometric design gets revealed in this soft and striking scarf.

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Alpaca Pleated Scarf

Harness the energy in high-twist yarns to create a collapse-fabric scarf.

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Clasped-Weft Shawl

Warp your rigid-heddle loom and try the clasped-weft technique. It's an easy way to achieve an attractive tapestry-like pattern using a single shuttle and two weft colors.

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Godey’s-Inspired Sontag

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.

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The Chameleon Shawl

This knitted shawl can be adjusted to suit different yarns and gauges, making it a perfect project to pair with your handspun cotton explorations. Log in to access this subscriber-exclusive shawl pattern made with handspun cotton.

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Adventures in Fleece: Cozy up with a build-your-own breed study

This crochet blanket from the Spring 2015 issue of Spin Off highlights a variety of sheep breeds and only requires about 30 yards of handspun per a square..

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Seawall Scarf

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.