Can we talk?

What were we talking about? Oh yes! Classes! I want to talk with you about Rosane Mordt’s Intro to Supported Spindling class, happening at Spin-U on Saturday morning, 7/28. Spindle spinning is so portable. You can easily tuck away a spindle and a bit of fluff with you anywhere you go. I know I’m notorious for spinning yarn on the subways of NYC. If you get stuck waiting for someone somewhere, you’ll be calm and collected, as you pull out your spinning.   In this class, Rosane will show you the basics of spinning on a supported spindle, which is different from suspended (or...

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Let’s talk Turkey

What’s that? It’s not Thanksgiving? You don’t like turkeys? Ok, then let’s talk about classes. My wonderful friend Elizabeth Stover will be teaching Liberation Spin: Learn the Language of Art Yarn at Spin-U on Saturday 7/28. Just yesterday she put out a wonderful blog post featuring her art yarns (and her gorgeous kiddos). Scroll down to the bottom to see a selection of Elizabeth’s work over the past month or two. I stole this photo from her flickr stream, because the composition was so good, and it so clearly shows the gorgeous things that she can do with...

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Classes and Hallockville Fiber Fair

Administrivia: The Class Descriptions are up! Thank you so much for being so patient! Knit One Spin Too has posted class descriptions for Spin-U. We have so many exciting classes planned! I’m thrilled to be teaching my Plying for color class, in both a three hour and a six hour version and Heather Ordover is offering her Socks a Go Go class (it has homework. Be prepared!). Rosanne Mordt is going to show us supported spindling on some beautiful Cherry wood Neal Brand spindles and bowls, and if supported spindles aren’t your thing, Heather Ordover will teach Suspended...

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