Spin-Off Fall 1987: Digital Edition
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In this out-of-print and hard-to-find issue of Spin-Off, we take a look at the state handspinning, looking at the history of Spin-Off, the conservation of the craft, and the climate of the spinning world. There’s also a look at spinning tool suppliers, an adventure into Qiviut, and words of wisdom for beginning spinners. Plus, there are full project instructions for an Earflap Hat.
Table of Contents
- Sad Songs of Spring by Velma Stevens
- Spin-Off Book of World Records
- Reading History in the Classifieds by Deborah Robson
- Portrait of a Spinner by Persis Grayson
- Like the ad says: “We’ve come a long way” by Priscilla A. Gibson-Roberts
- The Way We Were…The Way We’re Going compiled by Linda Ligon
- Certificate of Excellence in Handspinning a review by Ellen Champion
- Conversation with Allen Fannin
- Spinning—Australia – by Janet De Boer
- Through the “Almanack” Office Window by Rowena Parr
- Words of Wisdom for Beginning Spinners
- Premium Wool—A Producer’s Perspective by Ron Parker
- Know Your Supplier
- Arctic Adventures with Qiviut by Marjorie Hudson & Kathy Sparks
- Spinning in a Special Climate by Marian Allen
This is a scanned version of a physical magazine.
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