Fine Wool Spinning Collection

Do you long to spin fine yarns that are lively and durable? Learn how subtle spinning wheel wheel adjustments, choosing the best fleece, wool processing, and drafting methods can have you creating finely spun yarns!
SKU: EP2462-EP14111-EP12303-BUNDLE

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Spinning for Lace (Video Download)   +$0.00
Spin-Off Presents: Spinning Fine Wool eBook   +$0.00
Spin Thin: How to Spin Fine Yarns Video Download   +$0.00

Price as configured: $24.99


Fine Wool Spinning Collection

Embrace the softness, crimp, and versatility of spinning strong yet delicate ethereal yarns. In this collection of two video downloads and one eBook, Master spinner Margaret Stove and author and teacher Beth Smith are joined by a chorus of other spinning guides singing the praises and exploring the possibility of spinning fine fleece into equally fine yarns.

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Spinning for Lace
Video Download

Margaret Stove's methods might seem counterintuitive, but they work! See how to choose and sort a fleece, separate spinnable staples, dissolve the grease, manage the staple to avoid felting and maximize durability and "bounce."

Spin-Off Presents: Spinning Fine Wools

In Spinning Fine Wool you won't find one single method for spinning or washing wool, but rather a collection of results from experienced spinners who have found success using several different methods.

Spin Thin: How to Spin Fine Yarns
Video Download

Join Beth Smith as she spins fine yarns that can be used in a variety of projects. Learn how just a few simple changes to the way you spin can have a tremendous impact when it comes to creating finely spun yarns!

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