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Episode 14 :: Getting Started with Sampling

The Wool n’ Spinning Podcast

Episode 14 :: Getting Started with Sampling

January 2016

I’m not sure what happened but part of the sampling segment was missing and the other part repeated twice! I’m sorry for this major inconvenience but you only saw part of the story of how I sample. If you’d like to see just this segment (in it’s entirety), head to 2:10 minutes. 

Thank you for watching! This week’s show features my process for sampling and creating my spinner’s control cards, my current WIPs and answering a quick question!

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General Housekeeping //

Get your Goals & Aspirations for 2016 into the thread in the Ravelry group to be entered for the Smith and Ewe pencil roving (the thread will close on Sunday, Jan 24).

Get your Introductions finished for the 1 year PLY magazine giveaway (the thread will close Sunday, Feb 21).

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Sweet Georgia Yarns’ BFL + Silk in limited colourway for Spinzilla 2015 Pacific Spirit

Tips & Tech //

  • Sweet Georgia Yarns’ BFL + Silk in ‘Pacific Spirit’ carded up (Ravelry project page here) and sampled in the Tips & Tech segment.
  • BFL article by Abby Franquemont here.

Current WIPs //

What I’m Wearing //

If you’re looking for something and can’t find it, please leave a comment and I’ll get in touch!

Happy Spinning,

-r.

One thought on “Episode 14 :: Getting Started with Sampling

  1. Rachel thanks so much for the comparison shots of your corespun batt and the worsted. it really gave me a good idea of the different spin changed the look of the fiber.
    thanks also for a look at how you sample on the spinning wheel and how you write up your cards.
    the show gave me a lot of ideas I can’t wait to try out.

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