Ep. 169: Love Note & Albini Progress

Dear Spinning Circle, Direct YouTube Link here. We never got to the spin that I prepped this week and started spinning! We were busy talking about other things -- I will share it next week! Thank you for being here today, especially those who were able to make it to the Live Stream. I appreciate…

Episode 145 Live: handspun SiMPLE SOMETHiNG FO

Dear Spinning Circle, The HOW I SPIN: A SOCK STUDY ebook is on SPECIAL OFFER through the Co-Exec and higher tiers starting this afternoon for those who haven't yet received a copy! You can go to the Patreon post associated with the book and download your copy if you subscribe to those levels here or…

Episode 142 Live: Rebecca’s Visiting!

We have SPIN GROUP in the morning, prior to the Live Stream. Think about joining us - check out the information here. Thank you for being here today, especially those who were able to make it to the Live Stream. I appreciate your time spent here in this place and me. I hope you feel…

Episode 47: Mystery Fibre, Socks & Fireside

Thank you to everyone for joining me this week! A special thank you to all Patreon subscribers for their ongoing support of the show and content. Remember to enter the monthly giveaway sponsored by Katrina of Crafty JAKS in the November Episode Thread! This week, I share some fibre that I received from our Mystery…

Episode 46: Making Mistakes

Thank you to everyone for joining me this week! A special thank you to all Patreon subscribers for their ongoing support of the show and content. Remember to enter the monthly giveaway sponsored by Katrina of Crafty JAKS in the November Episode Thread! This week, I share two spins in progress and a knit in…

Mammoth of a project. For real.

There is something very satisfying about clearing off the needles and finishing up projects that have languished a long time. One of those projects is this one but not because it was on the needles for eons, mostly it is because it took a long time to spin, ply and finish. This project lasted almost…

Dancing with Shetland.

One of the recurring themes for me this year has been large quantity spins, usually referred to as ‘sweater spins’ in the handspinning community. I think this may be because people generally think of sweater quantities of yarn to be a sort of magnum opus for beginning spinners. As I was learning to spin, I…