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 this week! I have a lot to talk about and the show runs a bit longer than usual. Welcome to new and returning viewers. Thank you to our Patreon subscribers – you keep the show on the air week-after-week due to your contributions! This week, I share an update on… Continue reading Episode 64: Spirals, Wensleydale & Brookdale
Over the past few months, basically since the middle of December 2016, I have been spending some time thinking about Wool n’ Spinning and the podcast. I reflected on how Patreon changed things here in my little corner of the internet, as well as the different things I tried out over the course of the… Continue reading Thinking to the Future & Beyond
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
Welcome back to regular programming! Thank you for your kind words last week as I took a week to recover and rest – our family really needed it. I spent some time making some samples and playing around on my wheel, which I share today. All of my samples are from our Colour and Breed… Continue reading Episode 60: Crepe, boucle & more
I mentioned recently that I had a weaving disaster. It was my second project on my loom. I have been really worried from the time I decided to get a loom till now about making a mistake for two reasons:  It is a lot of yarn to ‘waste’ and  It is a lot… Continue reading restored weaving fail