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Intermediate Spinning

Gain a better understanding of fiber preparation, spinning and plying. We will explore the differences between worsted and woolen spun yarns, show you how to better card and comb your fibers using …

Beginning Spinning

Our beginning class covers all the basics to get you started. Learn about different types of wools and their uses for different styles of yarn, the process of washing raw wool, how to prepare worst…

Spinning Novelty Yarns

Have you ever wondered how to spin those wonderful yarns that have interesting textures and visual appeal? This workshop will take you beyond the typical yarn. Students will learn how to spin sever…

Spinning Off The Point

Time to dig out all those support spindles, take down the charkhas from the shelves and think about getting a quill attachment for…

Spinning Flax and Hemp Fibers with Joan Ruane

Flax and hemp fibers are both called bast fibers. Bast fibers come from the stem of plants. There are many bast type plants through- out history that have played a very important role in making y…

Drop Spindle 101

Have you always wanted to try hand spinning but didn’t want to make the commitment to a spinning wheel. A hand spindle is just the answer. There are many diffe…

Beginning Spinning with Sara

Our beginning class covers all the basics to get you started. Learn about different types of wools and their uses for different styles of yarn, the process of washing raw wool, how to prepare worst…

Color Theory for Spinners

We have all received some level of color theory throughout our life even on the most elementary level such as red + yellow = orange. However for our now adult, more real-life applications such as s…

Fractal Spinning

Don’t worry, no need to dig out your old high school math notes to refresh your memory on “fractals”. Although it is a wonderful math theorem that has real roots in physical objec…