Spin-Off Presents: How to Spin It

From your first twist to a handful of fiber to washing and skeining your handspun yarn, you'll be amazed at all this eBook has to offer! Don't miss out on this great resource on making yarn from scratch!
SKU: EP9521

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How to Spin It

Learn how to make yarn from scratch with this eBook from Spin-Off!

Whether you are a beginner or seasoned spinner, the topics and techniques covered in this article eBook are sure to keep your mind and hands busy.

Spin-Off Presents How to Spin It: Making Yarn from Scratch

From adding the very first twist to a handful of fiber to washing and skeining your handspun yarn, an amazing world opens up when you begin spinning. Enjoy this excellent resource on spinning better yarn!

You'll love this eBook if:

  • You are wanting to get started on a handspindle and understand what fibers can be spun
  • You desire to learn how to use twist energy in your spinning
  • You are seeking to expand your knowledge and find new inspiration in your spinning
  • You are wanting to learn how to make spinning easier and faster 

Table of Contents:

  • Getting Started
  • Spinning on the Hooked Stick
  • Speeding it up: Using the Handpsindle
  • Processing Your First Yarn
  • Plying on Your Spindle
  • Fiber Preparations
  • Yarn Finishing
  • Wool
  • Scouring (Washing) Your Wool
  • The End and the Beginning
  • Resources

This eBook opens the door into the world of natural fibers and the yarns that can be made from them. Have fun and spin a good yarn!

Download the eBook, How to Spin It, today!  

How to Spin It

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