The Sidewinder Cowl uses bulky yarn, perfect for beginning spinners. Christine also outlines how to ply from both ends of a centre-pull ball, using up every last bit of your precious fibre. […]
ennea : crafting a fibre life.
The Spinning Leaves Shawl is knit in a transitional lace yarn, so one colour moves to the next, without having to join a new colour for each colour shift. Here’s how to spin your own transitional lace yarn. […]
Spin the yarn to make Anne’s Cuppa Joe Mitts pattern: a two-ply semi-worsted merino/nylon yarn, perfect for situations requiring a little bit of durability, but still soft and warm. […]
A calculator to help you with metreage calculations for weft and warp when you’re setting up your next weaving project. This version is for Metric (centimetres/metres) calculations. […]
A calculator to help you with yardage calculations for weft and warp when you’re setting up your next weaving project. This version is for Imperial/US (inches/yards) calculations. […]
On our farm in northern Vermont, we raise breeding quality huacaya alpacas. In addition to breeding, showing and selling alpacas, we offer shearing services and have a yarn shop at the farm. […]