Spin-Off Winter 2011

On the Cover:

Locks of Romney, Lincoln, and Merino wool, which are the subjects of Beth Smith's article on spinning with the crimp in mind.

DEPARTMENTS

Editor's Page
Letters
Reviews
As the Whorl Spins
Get This!
Abbreviations
Classified Ads
Advertiser's Index

 


Autowrap
by Jacey Boggs



The Molo Wool Project: From farmers to fiber artists
by Gwen Meyer

 

 

 

FEATURES

Behind the Scenes: At Ashland Bay
by Joan Sheridan
We inadvertently left Ashland Bay's contact information out of the article. It is: Ashland Bay, 27501 SW 95th Ave., Ste. 970, Wilsonville, OR 97070. (800) 213-0628; www.ashlandbay.com. We apologize for this error.

Armchair Traveler: Kansas City
by Jacey Boggs

Hair or Wool: What's in a name?
by Judith MacKenzie

Fiber Diameter: Almightily important and easy to misunderstand
by Deborah Robson

After the Earth Shook
by Gail Russell

The Molo Wool Project: From farmers to fiber artists
by Gwen Meyer

Spindle-Spun Versus Wheel-Spun Yarn
by Avedan Raggio

 

HOW-TO

Spinning Tips: Underplying is not a mistake
by Amelia Garripoli

Spinning Basics: Spinning with the crimp in mind
by Beth Smith

Autowrap (excerpt from Spin Art: Mastering the Craft of Spinning Textured Yarn)
by Jacey Boggs

Developing Your Skills: Purchasing fibers, choosing and sorting a fleece
by Elizabeth Prose and Carol Huebscher Rhoades

Making Fine Bouclés (Not quite from scratch!)
by Judie Overbeek

Fiber Basics: Yak
by Carol Huebscher Rhoades

PROJECTS

Two Caps
by Elizabeth Prose and Carol Huebscher Rhoades

Yak Scarf: Simple luxury
by Carol Huebscher Rhoades

Handspun Gallery of Color-Block Vests
by Susan Z. Douglas

ON THE WEB

Spinner’s Connection

Calendar of Events

Call for Entries

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Natural Fiber, A Spin-Off Directory, 2011

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