In Remembrance of Patrick Green

I was first introduced to Patrick Green in 1978. I wanted a way to prepare fibers faster than I could with handcards. My local yarn store provided me with a solution: a drumcarder from Canada made by a man named Patrick Green. A production carder went home with me, and I fell in love with […]

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So you just bought your first drumcarder . . . What next? Drumcarders are an investment, generally ranking second only to spinning wheels in cost. It pays to maintain this awesome tool! In Spin Off Spring 2017, Deb Menz answers your burning drumcarder maintenance questions and offers eight tips for keeping your drumcarder like new. […]

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