his week, we chatted about an extra fine Merino & bamboo spin that was our feature for Spinning Growth. We discussed tension, managing flyaway fibres and over-plying for certain situations.
Dear Spinning Circle, Thank you for joining us this week. Welcome to new and returning viewers. Thank you especially to the patrons of the community. You can learn more about how to support the show here. Congratulations to Jessica and Carolyn this month for winning the monthly & calendar giveaway! This week, I introduced our… Continue reading Episode 106: Sweater spins & finishing yarns
Thank you for tuning in this week! For those who made it to the Live Stream, thank you for your time. The links didn't work at first but I re-loaded the Patreon post and then we were smooth sailing. Thank you for baring with me. Welcome to new and returning viewers - I appreciate you… Continue reading Episode 103 Live: Llama+Silk and lotsa sock yarn talk (opposing plies)
Thank you for joining us this week. For those who joined the live stream, thank you for taking the time to do so! Welcome to anyone returning or new to the show: I appreciate you checking us out! This week, we catch up after the summer months. I announce a September giveaway but forgot to… Continue reading Episode 102 Live
Thank you for joining me this week! Welcome to new and returning viewers. Thank you to the patrons of the show - I really appreciate your continued support. It's hot here -- the air is heavy with forest fire smells! We chatted about some spinning growth, some finished socks (which I haven't photographed yet) and… Continue reading Episode 101 Live: Vegan ‘cashmere’ and Harvest Socks
Thank you for your support in getting us to episode 100! What an amazing ride! Thank you to those who were able to make it this week. I really appreciated your patience around the technical issues we had at the beginning of the show - I have edited all of that out but after 100… Continue reading Episode 100 Live
This post has been a long time in the writing - it was kind of abandoned after I finished each pair of socks because I was so burned out on them! Regardless, I hope you enjoy reading about this adventure from last year! These socks coincided with a lot of sock knitting for the book,… Continue reading sampling through knitting handspun socks