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Less is More – Again

I wrote a pattern for Knitty in 2012 that was called Less is More. The concept for this pattern is that you can spin smaller amounts of handspun/handpainted yarn and with a little color knowledge it will make a gorgeous … Continue reading

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Spinning Silk Hankies

If you’ve been following along in any of the social media I’ve been posting (and I feel like I’ve been reposting and linking everywhere) then you know I’ve done a spinning singles and plying videos for silk hankies. If you … Continue reading

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Tax write off

A little finance lesson for ya today since we’re just about at tax time. Just write it off. It’s a tax write off, no worries. I hear this time and again. Sometimes friends will say it and laugh knowing what … Continue reading

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Handspun yardages

A question that I get quite often is; “How much yardage will I get out of this fiber?” That’s a loaded question. How are you spinning it? Woolen or worsted? Do you spin dense? Do you spin airy? What weight … Continue reading

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Personal Control Cards

This is something that I talked about in my Craftsy Class. That’s a $20 off link by the way, just in case you haven’t taken the class yet. It’s also something that I’ve talked about in my book Spin Control … Continue reading

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Fiber/Pottery Combos

I’m heading off to SPA tomorrow. SPA is an event every winter in Freeport, Maine. I’ve somehow managed to go to all but one of them. And the one I missed I thought I was dying with a stomach flu … Continue reading

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Color – Which one?

What color are you? What color speaks to you? Let’s play a game and find out. Sometimes when you play games you can find out about yourself. Ok, most of the times these games are a little silly but they … Continue reading

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