Drafting From Worsted to Woolen
Drafting From Worsted to Woolen
Jacey Boggs Faulkner
Get some diversity in those drafts and wield your wheel with confidence as you learn to spin your way through the yarn spectrum.
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Learn how to ply and take your ideal yarn from idea to wonderfully textured, vibrant reality — sure to make your next knitting project pop!
Jillian Moreno
Jillian Moreno
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Don't spin out of control! Felicia Lo, founder of SweetGeorgia Yarns, shows you how to spin yarn confidently in the colors you've always wanted.
Felicia Lo
Felicia Lo
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Take control of your fiber preparation to spin the blends you want! Learn how to use carders, combs and hackles to prep for brilliant textures and hues.
Esther Rodgers
Esther Rodgers

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Have you ever looked closely at the twist in any of your yarns? If not, you might want to. (We'll wait.) You'll quickly notice some are spun tightly, while others barely look twisted at all. The amount of twist — or the way the yarn is plied — depends mostly on the fiber it's made of (thinner ones need to be spun more tightly to stick together) and what it'll be used for (rug yarn, for instance, has to be tightly twisted since it gets walked all over). Paying more attention to twist when choosing yarn is yet another easy way to be a better knitter.
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As a super busy mother of three, I often feel like I have to justify the time I spend knitting. There are so many demands on my time, it sometimes feels a little selfish to prioritize what at first glance may look like a hobby. But, my friends, it is so much more than a hobby. Knitting keeps me sane, keeps me focused, and, without a doubt, makes me a better person.
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Drafting From Worsted to Woolen