Magazines

Handspinning is an ancient textile art involving twisting fibers (wool, cotton, silk, etc.) together to form yarn that is then used to craft endless knitting, crocheting and needle felting projects. There is such a sense of pride and satisfaction that comes from spinning, and once you learn the skills, you will be spinning skein after skein of yarn to use in all your handmade projects. Whether you are an absolute beginner or a seasoned pro, our selection of spinning magazines will guide and inspire you along your spinning journey.

Our extensive (and growing) collection of spinning magazines covers a wide range of topics and offers an abundance of information that you can use to advance your skills. From how to select fibers to troubleshooting common problems to gorgeous patterns to try, you will find a wealth of information available at your fingertips. Many issues also share the latest industry news, information on local spinning clubs, gift ideas and interviews from experts in the field. You will also be able to read inspiring stories from spinners from around the globe and learn valuable tips on how to start you own spinning small business. Soon, you will be able to build an expansive library of tips, tricks and information that you can refer to often.

For your convenience, we let you choose the type of subscription that works best for you. We have single issues available for downloading, yearly subscriptions mailed to your home, classic editions from the 1980s and 1990s and digital collections spanning 15 years. Just a sampling of our magazine titles includes Spin Off, Felted and Jane Austen Knits.

There is a wonderful world of spinning out there ready to be discovered. Whether you are trying spinning for the first time (welcome!) or are at the professional level searching for new and exciting projects, let our spinning magazine subscriptions be your guide along your journey.

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