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How to use handspindles to spin wool into yarn
Here are step-by-step instructions and illustrations that explain how to make yarn from scratch using handspindlessimple tools used to turn wool into yarn. Designed to appeal to the beginning spinner, tips and hints are provided that illustrate how easy, enjoyable, and relaxing spinning can be. This manual also includes complete instructions for five simple, appealing projects: a woven sleeve, a knitted bunny bag, a knitted baby hat, knitted fingerless mittens, and a crocheted hat.
About the Author
Lee Raven is the former editor of Spin-Off magazine and the author of Hands On Spinning. She lives in Berkeley, California. Traci Bunkers teaches knitting, crochet, spinning, and other fiber-related classes and is a contributor to Spin-Off magazine. She owns Bonkers Handmade Originals, where she sells her hand-dyed spinning fibers and yarns. She lives in Lawrence, Kansas.