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Colorful variegated rovings abound these days. Some are hand-painted by fiber artists. Others are produced in a variety of colorways by large yarn and fiber companies. Whatever the source, the modern spinner has access to a colorful array of fiber choices. Sometimes it is fun just to spin the roving and ply it on itself to see what happens. On the other hand, you may have a vision for the finished yarn or even for the finished project made from the yarn. In that case, a little bit of planning and a few tips about plying singles from variegated rovings help create a beautiful yarn that enhances for your project. […]
Kim Kaslow of The Woolen Rabbit. […]
There are a TON of things I like about this book. […]
Knitting, spinning, companionship, wholesome food and warm drinks are each a wonderful thing. Together, nothing nourishes the spirit more! There is something about gathering together and sharing great food and drinks with others who enjoy working with fiber that bridges even the widest gaps to form amazing bonds of friendship. […]
This free pattern excerpt utilizes the numbers for women’s medium (size 7-8). The complete pattern is written for 13 sizes, from kids to giants. […]