Thank you for tuning in this week! To Patreon contributors, thank you for your ongoing support. The newest episode of Wool n’ Spinning Radio is posted for you guys! Today, I announce an Instagram giveaway: Congratulations to Kym! I share with you some colour studies yarn I have finished, auto wrapping some corespun from punis-style… Continue reading Episode 61: Slubs, texture & Fireside
Thank you for tuning in this week! Thank you especially to new viewers, returning viewers and our Patreon subscribers. The second episode of Wool n’ Spinning Radio has been released and if you are interested in learning more, please head over to Patreon and check out the Pilot Episode. This week I share a large… Continue reading Episode 57: Waxing poetic and resurrecting a sweater, combo spinning & teasers
The final installment of fibre club is here! I want to start by thanking everyone who has been in the club, both past and present, and supported Wool n’ Spinning by doing so. Much of the work that I have been able to get off the ground here has been because of fibre club –… Continue reading January Reveal: Sailor’s Delight
Thank you for tuning this week! Are you participating in the CTA Spin the Bin 2017 this year? If so, let me know! Let’s support one another in a thread in our Ravelry group to get through our bins! Remember to submit your FOs for the Blast Off Along from December for a draw next… Continue reading Episode 52: Elfenwolle, two-ply yarn & colour
As part of the work here at Wool n’ Spinning, I have been extremely happy to be able to offer a fibre club. There a couple of spots left at this time so if you’d like to participate in a carded fibre prep each month, please follow this link! I’ll be closing club offerings in… Continue reading October Reveal – Deep Blue Ice
There is something very satisfying about clearing off the needles and finishing up projects that have languished a long time. One of those projects is this one but not because it was on the needles for eons, mostly it is because it took a long time to spin, ply and finish. This project lasted almost… Continue reading Mammoth of a project. For real.
From a small albeit quite comfortable chair in a laundry mat in Jasper, I can hear the many people around me doing the same thing on this dreary Wednesday morning. There’s a moisture in the air from the washing machines that never stop – it’s quite a busy place, I must say. This is one… Continue reading handspun still