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Category Archives: Handspinning
Well, I thought I was gonna be posting almost every day of the Tour de Fleece. You know, the yearly event for handspinners that coincides with the Tour de France. The idea is to challenge yourself to a spinning project … Continue reading
So I thought I’d post some photos of some recent spinning that I’ve done. Cuz I no jass sit around da hale doing nuttin’, ya know. So dis first one is called “Park Lane” by Snerb Fibers. It’s Blue-Faced Leicester, … Continue reading
So yesterday my spinning wheel came back to me! I’d talked to Kyle at Paradise Fibers and he told me it was all pau and he was just getting ready to ship it back to me. So, not only did … Continue reading
Well, I don’t mean my spinning wheel wen broke. I mean one of dem wen broke. My Louet S70, is a workhorse. I bought it used about eighteen years ago. I already had a spinning wheel, but a friend of … Continue reading
Forgot to add that I’m spinning this awesome BFL/Silk from Raven Ridge Fiber in the “Pine Bark” colorway. It’s my first time spinning this fiber combo and I just love it. It practically spins itself.
We first started on Numbah 20. Iwakalua in Hawaiian. Maybe that will be her name.
Well, it started with my lovely Joe Jorgensen myrtlewood spinning wheel, which I bought from my spinning teacher. I’d always wanted a myrtlewood wheel and she wanted to sell hers. So. It became mine.
K’den. Hope dis da lass time I gotta do dis!! Get on da kini popo, Moki! 17 July: Spinning for Tour de Fleece. Actually, I think I should call it Tour da Fleece. LOL.
Ya know, Tour de Fleece was just wonderful. I did some handspinning every day, and I accomplished a lot, learned a lot, and had a lot of fun. But I also got ‘way behind on my posts, and I really … Continue reading