Embedding Locks

How to… Embed locks into a single to later ply Personally, “Art Yarn” or novelty yarn is one of the hardest things to learn or re-learn how to...

Magically Delicious March Fiber Club Unboxing! Plus a Chain Plying & Spinning From the...

Our March Box was a Lucky Charm Explosion! Members received 3 brand-new, exclusive fibers and two dazzling colors of Angelina! We celebrated the 2018 Pantone Color of...

How to do a Long Tail Cast-On

How to cast-on using the long tail method. This method of casting on creates a nice even edge on your knitting.   You will find it much easier to...

Spiral Ply

Great trick for beginner spinners! Here I’m working with an irregular thick and thin handspun, it looks a tad bit like a lot of beginner’s handspun, but plying...

7 Essential Tips For Knitting Your First Hat

Are you thinking of knitting your first hat? Or maybe you have already knit your first hat and are just looking for some pointers on how to...

How To Join A Stretchy Drive Band for a Spinning Wheel

The clear poly drive band is becoming more and more common. This drive band material does not work for all wheel so be careful when you are...

How to Make Tweed Yarn in 10 Easy Steps!

This September in our Fiber of the Month Club, we took our members back to Fiber Art school with 5 unique spinning fibers, a never before seen highlighter dyeing...

How to Spin a Funfetti Birthday Cake Inspired Yarn. August 2018 Fiber Club Unboxing...

Happy birthday to our Fiber of the Month Club! It’s been five years of mystery fiber goodness! So today, we are going to explore special birthdays from...
Mint Cellulose and 18.5 micron Super Fine Merino Top 50/50 Fiber Blend

Dyeing Cellulose/Protein Blends and Spinning with Beads Tutorial – December 2017 Fiber Club

Protein Fiber blended with Cellulose Fiber is a match that is a joy to dye, spin, and knit! You can achieve striking results when using protein, cellulose...

New to Felting Wool Balls? Here’s What You Need To Know! + Take a...

Perhaps you've tried needle felting and were unimpressed with the amount of time it took or the number of times those tiny, barbed, seemingly harmless felting needles,...

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