The Spinning Frenzy Continues May 16, 2012November 10, 2012 | Verónica FIBER: Fine Wool FROM: Imported from the U.K. by the Weavery at Indian Meridian WEIGHT: 4 oz. YIELD: 100 yards Share this:TweetShare on TumblrEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
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That’s what I thought when I saw it.
This hank looks pretty much like the new tweeds by Rowan that will be coming in the winter collection!
I’ll have to look them up. This fiber captured my attention with its texture and colors. Wish I had more!
You can see one of these (there are several kinds of tweed) with the available colors at this link:
How are you liking the Turkish spindle? I’ve always wondered how convenient it is to set the twist after having your yarn wound up into a nice ball.
I like it although its size does limit the amount of yarn you can wind on it. So you end up with small hanks. I guess that might be true of top-whorl spindles like the one I learned on but it seemed to have more room to wind on. As for setting the twist, no problems so far but I’m still learning.
This looks so Yummy.