Welcome to new and returning viewers – I hope you enjoy the show. Thank you to our Patreon subscribers of the show for keeping the show on the air month after month. You make all of this possible! Thank you for tuning in this week. Welcome to new viewers and welcome back to returning viewers.… Continue reading Episode 74 LIVE: Glamping, Gotland, Fugly Socks & Combos
Hi Everyone! Welcome to a Bonus episode of Wool n’ Spinning Radio. This podcast is brought to you on Patreon for our subscribers and is a monthly installment that provides an RSS feed to listeners for their favourite app to listen each month. This month, I am releasing an episode for everyone because I chatted… Continue reading Wool n’ Spinning Radio BONUS Episode: Kim of Ewethful Farm & Mill
This week, I recorded live with my Patreon subscribers and this is the results! Thank you and welcome to new and returning viewers! This week, we chat a lot about some finished spins that are finally off my wheel and happen to be all long wools, from my own kitchen dyeing to some natural fibre… Continue reading Episode 66: Live with Long Wools
A discussion of my final results I spun for my Colour Studies. I finally ‘wrecked’ some fibre!
Thank you for tuning in this week! Thank you to our new viewers and returning – welcome! Thank you especially for those who support the show at Patreon – I’m looking forward to Live Streaming with you guys for our next show! In today’s show, I chat about my finished Smith & Ewe Pencil Roving… Continue reading Episode 65: Washing All the Fleece
Thank you for tuning in again this week! Welcome to new and returning viewers. Thank you to the Patreon community for the ongoing support that keeps the show on the air week after week. This week, I chat about degumming my carrier rod silk and carding it together with some cotton from my stash. I’ve… Continue reading Episode 63: Degumming carrier rod, Targhee & Locks in weaving
There are some projects that seem to come together, regardless of what happens along the way: Old lanolin on the yarn, reknitting pretty much EVERY piece of this sweater twice, worries about fit. They seemed to just resolve themselves as the project progressed. You may remember, if you are a long time reader, that this… Continue reading finished: Fireside Pullover