Episode 9 :: Commitments
The Wool n’ Spinning Podcast
Episode 9 :: Commitments
Thank you for watching! This month’s videocast features some finished spinning, prepping for Spinzilla, a Louet review of their most recent Spinzilla pack and Sweet Georgia Yarns’ September Fibre Club all spun up! An exciting announcement for me is included towards the end but if you haven’t seen and don’t want to see spoilers of the Fibre Club, I’ll let you know when to stop watching.
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Finished Spins //
Completely Twisted and Arbitrary Ravelry Group
Featured indie dyer for this quarter :: Into the Whirled
Chrissy of the Snappy Stitches Podcast
Knit City, Vancouver, BC (Oct 2-4, 2015)
Spinzilla Prep //
85% BFL, 15% Alpaca blend of my drum carder to spin for Custom Fit Charlie’s cardigan
Shetland roving from Custom Woolen Mills in Alberta, CA.
Into the Whirled Shetland in Equinox
Garter Yoke Cardigan by Melissa LaBarre
For the spinner wanting to spin the monster mile during Spinzilla, the Louet Spinzilla Pack for September 2015 includes:
1 lbs Superwash wool — Optical Colour Mixing
1 lbs Wensleydale top
1 lbs Wool/Mohair blended top (82%/18%)
Gaywool Dyes Originals sample dyes
- Review Post here for this Spinzilla pack
Sweet Georgia Yarns’ Fibre Club and Ravelry Group
Open Hands finished handspun Ravelry page (will be updated with photos on September 28th)
Thanks for watching!
Thank you so much for sharing the details of how you spin your fiber! It is so helpful to me. Your handspun is gorgeous!
Thank you so much for watching, Jean!
I’m excited for your baby steps in the fiber world! Watching your videos has rekindled my enthusiasm and enjoyment of spinning. Thanks for all the time you share with us.
I’m so glad you’re enjoying the show!! Thank you for watching :)
I’m excited for your baby steps in the fiber world! Watching your videos and reading your blog has rekindled my enthusiasm and enjoyment of spinning. Thanks for all the time you share with us.
How did I miss this? Where have I been? I am so excited to be WATCHING! Boo on me. I am getting ready to comb and spin my Leicester Longwool fleece…your comments about your Lendrum settings and the Wensleydale were helpful as I decide on how I am going to spin LL on my Lendrum. I am spinning for a fingering/lace weight shawl, the Pebble Beach by Helen Stewart. We’ll see what happens!
Ooh thank you for watching! I just got onto iTunes as well so the show is there too. I’m glad my Wensleydale comments helped! I love the finished yarn but it’s not my favourite to spin :)