Spin-Off Winter 1987: Digital Edition

Spin-Off Winter 1987 digital magazine covers topics from plying yarn for knitting, to spinning wheel maintenance, to natural dyeing techniques.
SKU: EP10270

This product will be accessible from My Downloadable Products located in My Account after purchase.

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $9.99

Special Price $5.00

Details
Details

In this out-of-print and hard-to-find issue of Spin-Off, you will discover tips for fixing your spinning wheel when you have problems with your flyer and bobbin wheel spinning, get lessons on plying a balanced yarn for knitting, learn spinning in the Navajo way, have a look at production dyeing with natural dyes, and more. There’s also an in depth look at Black Welsh Mountain sheep.

 

Table of Contents:

  • To Shear or Not to Shear? by Maribelen Ciesiel
  • Planning a Regional Spinner’s Gathering by Marilyn Frame
  • Reining in Baby Huey by Dave Centner
  • Problems with Your Flyer & Bobbin Wheel Spinning by Lee Raven
  • Handspun Gallery
  • Plying a Balanced Yarn for Knitting by Celia Quinn
  • Handspun for Kaffe Fassett Sweaters by Brucie Adams
  • Cross-Country Ski Set by Louisa Chadwick
  • Vest with Hidden Twist (project instructions included) by Patricia Emerick
  • In the Navajo Way by Ginger Jolly
  • In Search of Colored Cotton by Sally Fox
  • Black Welsh Mountain Sheep by Anne-Marie Moroney
  • Getting Started: Scarves in Variegated Yarns by Bobbie Irwin
  • Reflections on Spin-Off Rendezvous by Dale Pettigrew
  • Production Dyeing with Natural Dyes by Trudy Van Stralen

 

Spin-Off Winter 1987

 

This is a scanned version of a physical magazine.

Additional Info
Additional Info
SKU EP10270
Author/Speaker/Editor N/A
Size N/A
Number Of Pages 0
Runtime N/A
ISBN 13 N/A
Drop Ship Message N/A
Product Type Magazine Download
File/Trim Size N/A
Reviews
Write Your Own Review
You're reviewing: Spin-Off Winter 1987: Digital Edition
How do you rate this product? *
  1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars
Rating
Tags
Tags

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.