Enjoy 4 issues of SPIN-OFF MAGAZINE exactly as they were printed in 2000.
This CD is so slick! You get spinning inspiration at your fingertips. You just pop in the CD and enjoy the ease of navigating through an entire year's worth of Spin-Off issues.
Discover the magazines as they were printed in 2000 with a time-saving electronic index. You can also search each issue by keywords of your choosing such as:
Names of masters of spinning
Specific or general techniques
Products or equipment such as spindle, wheel, yarns, etc.
Challenges and results
Techniques: Learn traditional Nigerian indigo dyeing.
Fiber Focus: Wild silk.
Projects: Knit an afghan, weave a blanket, and make a cross-stitched silk moth.
Techniques: Washing wool fleece and spindle spinning from around the world.
Fiber Focus: Cotton and Shetland wool.
Projects: Spin and knit resoleable socks, Icelandic stripes vest, slippers, and a baby bonnet. Or spin and weave cotton dish towels and an overshot runner.
Techniques: Learn to spin Suri alpaca and knit with unspun roving.
Fiber Focus: Suri alpaca, silk, and unspun roving.
Projects: Knit space-dyed socks, a Ccatca cap, and a möbius strip scarf, plus learn how to make an umbrella swift using yardsticks.
Techniques: Discover results for a color study project and learn to spin on a Hohokam-style spindle.
Fiber Focus: Scandinavian wools, cotton, and Wensleydale locks.
Projects: Spin then knit a Hohokam vest, a swan cap, and a handspun beaded bag. Learn how to make sheep hand puppets named Wensley and Dale. Make your own handspindle.
- Interweave Press