The post that was associated with this live stream didn't post properly and I didn't realize until after the show was over. Only a few were notified that the live stream was starting in the Slack channel. I'm very sorry! There will be another Live Stream at the end of the month and I will… Continue reading Episode 99 Live: Sock Yarn, Sparkle & Rolags
Another instalment of Colour & Breed Studies have started! I'm excited to announce some coupon codes (in a linked post) for Patreon subscribers of the show to use and to reveal the amazing colours Katrina came up with this time round! As many of you know, we alternate between combed top and carded prep each… Continue reading Colour & Breed Studies: Apr – Sept 2018
Thank you for joining me this spooooky Hallowe'en night! I'm making a batt and I thought I'd share how I made it with you! I can't wait to spin this! Happy Hallowe'en! Rachel
These past 6 months, we have been exploring the breed Gotland in the Ravelry group, as well as the play of split complementary colour schemes on fibre. I think one of the biggest learning curves I experienced when I was a new spinner was how to manage and handle colour. The opportunity to explore different… Continue reading Breed & Colour Study: Gotland & Split Complement
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
A discussion of my final results I spun for my Colour Studies. I finally 'wrecked' some fibre!