How to Spin Art Yarns DVD

Join Esther in this 90 minute video workshop, and learn how to begin with batts, top, locks, and a variety of add-ins. Esther will walk you through the sometimes challenging but always exiting world of textured yarn.

SKU: 15SP19

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$29.99
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How to Spin Art Yarns DVD with Esther Rodgers

DVD | 90 min

In How to Spin Art Yarns, Esther Rodgers shows you how to spin a variety of creative yarns, with textures from smooth to wild. If you've ever wanted to improve your corespinning, create coiled yarns, or incorporate luxurious locks of fiber into your yarn, you'll find the answers in over 90 minutes of step-by-step instruction. Join Esther in this video workshop, and learn how to begin with batts, top, locks, and a variety of add-ins. Esther will walk you through the sometimes challenging but always exiting world of textured yarn.

You'll learn:

  • Four different ways to spin fleece and locks
  • How to manage twist while corespinning
  • Plying techniques to maximize texture and color play
  • How to incorporate unusual materials such as feathers, sequins, and beads

Whether you want to make exuberant novelty yarns or just add a bit of texture to your repertoire, spinning art yarns will expand your spinning.

Purchase your copy of How to Spin Art Yarns today!

About Esther Rodgers:

Esther Rodgers is a writer, teacher, and fiber artist whose business is known as Jazzturtle. She began her spinning career exploring the world of texture and art spinning and merging it with function. She has taught classes all over the world and makes her home in North Carolina.

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SKU 15SP19
Author/Speaker/Editor Esther Rodgers
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Number Of Pages 0
Runtime 90 minutes
ISBN 13 9781632504838
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Product Type DVD
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