Spinning Wool : Beyond the Basics Paperback
by Anne Field
Spinning Wool teachesspinners to analyse and choose fleeces and to get the best from their wheels.
The book is written from the spinner's point of view, and provides informationabout wool that would only previously have been found in farming manuals.
Thebook is sensitive to the rising surge in popularity of weaving, and explores awide range of what can be produced from spinning, as well as what is happeningin the spinning process and what kinds of raw materials can be incorporated intoyarns.
This book covers all the basics as well as building up to more advanced spinningtechniques.
Alongside the step-by-step yarn designs and the section on knitting andweaving projects, this book is perfect for anyone wanting to delve into theworld of spinning.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 160 pages, 150 colour illus
- Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- Publication Date: 01/01/2011
- Category: Spinning & weaving
- ISBN: 9781408130810