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When attending a fiber festival fleece-judging event, do you ever wonder what qualities wool judges look for in a fleece? We wanted to ..read more
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In the third week in July, I’ve barely recovered from the holidays. The socks I promised my Dad are finally finished (only 18 months ..read more
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Wisconsin is known as America’s Dairyland, but spinners far and wide know this Midwestern state for its many fiber festivals, camps, ..read more
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We’ve all oohed and aahed over skeins and braids of hand-dyed yarn and fiber. The myriad colors, the subtle (and not-so-subtle) shade ..read more
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You may have first heard of punis as carded rolls of cotton fiber commonly spun on tahkli supported spindles. Beginning a few years ago, ..read more
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I’ve been eyeing those braids of gorgeous ombre spinning fiber (affiliate link) lately . . . and wondering how to do them justice! It ..read more
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We’re already several days into the Tour de France, and the riders are making their way along the race’s 3,460-kilometer (2,150-mile) ..read more
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The National Needle Arts Association descended on Cleveland, OH over this past weekend. The TNNA trade show is an event where yarn ..read more
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Devin Helmen says, “I have always been a spinner, first and foremost—only afterwards a knitter and later a weaver.” Devin’s weaving ..read more
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The cop on a supported spindle is the heart of the spin itself. Its weight and shape help to influence the speed and duration of a spin ..read more

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