Spin Off Winter 2019 (Interweave Press)
Beginning with the literal grass under a sheep’s feet to the importance of community in the world of fiber, the Winter 2019 issue explores spinning from the ground up.
See where spinning begins with Spin Off, Winter 2019—the grassroots issue. Learn about the literal grassroots under our sheep’s feet from Spin Off’s new editor Kate Larson. Kate will give you an in-depth look at how shepards work to harmonize the elements so that sheep, plants, and soil can work together in beneficial ways.
Take a trip back to the beginning. Discover how Miriam Felton’s first fleece purchase evolved over ten years into a beautiful colorwork sweater. Learn how podcasts are creating a stronger fiber community—and possibly be inspired to start your own!
Explore more articles on fiber production in monastic communities, how some useful dyes can become noxious weeds, a few strategies for spinning carded cloud, a behind the scenes look into a fiber festival from the vendor’s perspective, and so much more.
Enjoy three projects to create from your handspun including a cowl, hat, and pair of mittens. Venture back to your grassroots with Spin Off, Winter 2019.
Publisher: Interweave Press, December 2018
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