Spin-Off Spring 2009

On the Cover:
Top or Bottom Whorl, What's Best?
page 44.


Editor's Page
As the Whorl Spins
by Stefanie Berganini
Get This!
by Stefanie Berganini
Classified Ads
Advertiser's Index

Clun Forest Set
by Carol Huebscher Rhoades

Spinning for Needlepoint
by Sarah Swett


Behind the Scenes: At Magpie WoodWorks
by Bobbie Irwin

Armchair Traveler: London
by Diane Mulholland

Textile Words: An English Language History
by Sharon Collins

Dorothy Reade: Spider Woman from Oregon
by Donna Druchunas

High Whorl, Low Whorl
by Abby Franquemont

Your Yarn: Spindle-Spun Yarns pdf

The Handpainted Wheels of Monica Lenox
by Jackie Deems

Iowa Mennonite Track Wheel
by Kaye D. Collins

A Conversation with Elizabeth Prose and Carol Rhoades

Fiber Basics: Clun Forest
by Carol Huebscher Rhoades

Handspun Gallery of Maine Morning Mittspdf

Lanolin for Healing pdf
by Suzanne Artley


Spinning Basics: Finding Balance pdf
by Jennifer Shafer

Spinning for Needlepoint
by Sarah Swett

Spinning Perfect Sock Yarn
by Judith Mackenzie McCuin


Clun Forest Set
by Carol Huebscher Rhoades

Slotted Scarf
by Jillian Moreno

 On the Web

Spinner’s Connection

More Your Yarn! pdf

Celebrate the International Year of Natural Fiber and enter our scarf contest: spinningdaily.com/call_for_entries/

Intrigued by Kaye Collins’s article about the Mennonite Track Wheel? We’ve uploaded a video of one in action here: spinningdaily.com/trackwheel/

Tell us what you think about our new website – take the Spring 2009 survey!

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