WnS Ep. 246: A bit of Everything – Support Spindling, Singles & Jumbo Flyers, Weaving Linen (Unit 3)

WnS Ep. 246: A bit of Everything – Support Spindling, Singles & Jumbo Flyers, Weaving Linen (Unit 3) | We chat about a lot today from why pursue a Master’s certificate (and why not), spinning on spindles and working with singles! We finish with copious community particiaption! #woolnspinning #useyourhandspun

Dear Spinning Circle,

Live Stream: Tuesday, July 5th @ 12noon Pacific // 3pm Eastern

Direct YouTube link here.

For June, let me know what the hardest thing you’ve ever done in your making has been! Leave comments on Patreon please – follow the show notes links!

The comment chosen was from Robin, who said: I think the hardest thing that I’ve ever done in my making was a drops baby sweater. I had never knit a sweater with traditional construction before (just BSJ), the instructions assumed you knew what you were doing, and to make my life more difficult, I was using the measurement from one size and the stitch count for another. It took literal years to complete because I kept putting it in time out.

#spindlespunstitches will be INTENTIONALLY running from the Summer Solstice until the eve of the Fall Equinox! Spin on for prizes throughout the summer!!

Thank you for being here today, especially those who were able to make it to the Live Stream. I appreciate your time spent here in this place with me. You are most welcome. I hope you feel most welcome because you are welcome here.

Enjoy the show!

Live Chat Assistance here.

There is a lot going on in our community! Ketchup & Pickles for February 2022 here.

If you are curious about what happens in our community, please click the links below, reach out to me: rachel @ welfordpurls (dot) com, or Instagram/Ravelry/Slack (for Patreon members, @welfordpurls_admin)

Spindle Spun Stitches

Long-Term Goal: To Spin for a Sweater

Sarah Elizabeth Fibre Works Cormo // Processed by Kingdom Fleece & Fiberworks – supported spindle spun

On & Off the Bobbins

Webs Organic Polwarth – Majacraft Suzie 27:1, Continuous backwards

Thank you so much for joining me today! 

Until then, Happy Making!

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