Thank you for tuning in today! Thank you especially to the Patreon supporters of the show – your support keeps the show going week-to-week. I’ve started another CTA bin spin that I am spinning across the top, and a second spin that is Polwarth, Mohair and Silk that I’m also spinning in the same way.… Continue reading Episode 55: Gradient spin, shoreline & carded colour
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
As you may have guessed, I absolutely love combo-spins. They are a wonderful way to shop from your stash and create new colours. These two braids have been in my stash for over a year and since Ancient Arts Yarns isn’t doing much dyeing on fibre anymore, I have been coveting the fibre. I kept… Continue reading Another Mix-Up
Remember I was prepping for a Hello Yarn combination spin with some roving I’d made on my drumcarder? And I did a little video of prepping for it? I’ve chatted about it on the vlog almost every week and then I was de-railed by having to send out my flyers and whorls to Schacht? After… Continue reading A Mash-Up.
For those who follow the weekly vlog over on YouTube and the group over on Ravelry, you may know about the Patreon Supporter Reward tiers. A couple of the reward choices include monthly 25 and 50 gram fibre mail-outs. I had some real fun in June choosing the first colourway to be mailed out in July,… Continue reading July Reveal – “Sweater Purple”
In September 2014, I received this fibre in the Sweet Georgia Yarns’ fibre club, which was new to me at the time. I had just joined and thus far, had had good results from my spun club fibres. This particular month, for some reason, really challenged me and I didn’t quite know what to do… Continue reading A Hand-pulled Roving Experience
I have absolutely no recollection of weaving anything in my entire life but I have wanted to learn to weave since visiting family friends in Haida Gwaii when I was 17 years old. The trip made quite an impression on me and I have since hoped to return again one day. From the untouched beaches,… Continue reading woven.