Do you love all the creative art yarns you see online and at fiber fairs? Ready to expand your spinning into the great unknown? Or are you a knitting spinner who struggles to use your art yarns in a functional way? Join us at my most popular class! I’ll not only cover So.Many.Techniques, but we’ll also talk about beehive, coil and lock placement for knitting these unique yarns without the struggle faced by so many spinners. After learning the basics of textured spinning, by perfecting thick and thin and corespinning, move on to beehives, continuous coils, boucles and multiple styles of lockspinning. Hands on instructor time makes all the difference in these finicky techniques, and I’m excited to help each of you take your spinning to the next level!
Students need the ability to spin a single ply of cohesive yarn, and understand basic plying.
Spinning wheel or spindle (spindle will limit some techniques) 1 wheel available for rent 10$
Students should bring a single ply yarn for plying, and at least two ounces of roving/batts. Locks provided by instructor or available for purchase around the festival.
|Class limit||9 students|
|Class time||2-3 hours|
Instructor: Faery Mirto
Apothefaery is constantly crafting deep in the Ozark mountains of Arkansas. A hand spinner of 14 years, she now runs a full time fiber business, has 3 adorable little boys running amok on her farm, and raises curly sheep and French angoras. Apothefaery teaches felting, dyeing and art yarn spinning/weaving at a variety of locations around the U.S.
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