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Tag Archives: spinning
So you are thinking about owning a fiber animal?
I was contacted by someone yesterday that wanted to know what it would take to raise a sheep to the point of fiber harvest. She asked for a brief description. I could probably make it into a short story, but … Continue reading
Videos coming to our website!
We’ve finally bit the bullet and started working on some instructional videos. Today we recorded and uploaded a few on spindles, spinning with a spindle and using a niddy noddy. We’ve previously recorded a welt felting workshop and color blending … Continue reading
“On Handwork” is a 4.5 minute video by Renate Hiller on what it means to be a handworker. I think she does a great job of summing up what most of us feel when we are creating something. The rewards … Continue reading
The Fleece & Fiber Sourcebook and why you need it
I’ve never reviewed a book before, but I’ll give it a try. One of the things I like about this one is how current and relevant the information is. As an alpaca owner, it’s frustrating to find so much information … Continue reading
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