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Get Spun [Reading] ➼ Get Spun By Symeon North – Thomashillier.co.uk Pairing detailed instructions with clear, step by step photography, this dynamic guide of spinning techniques and demonstrations explores an array of fiber possibilities such as wool, glitz, and sari Pairing detailed instructions with clear, step by step photography, this dynamic guide of spinning techniques and demonstrations explores an array of fiber possibilities such as wool, glitz, and sari silk to create unique yarn for fiber art projects Designed for the advanced beginner to the intermediate spinner, this reference covers a variety of subjects such as spinning fundamentals, techniques for wool and silk, spinning with nontraditional materials, introducing add ins, and creating plying effects Additionally, the comprehensive tutorial offers information on easy home dyeing and directions for using a drumcarder to blend colors and fibers.


About the Author: Symeon North

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10 thoughts on “Get Spun

  1. Christine Christine says:

    I am not an art yarn person per se however I thought the book would have a nice list of art yarns I could try Even though the author made a good point of needing to know basic spinning skills and that art yarn is not just mucky beginners yarn that you label as art because you haven t mastered any techniques yet I felt over all the book lack imagination, it seemed like as skilled as the yarn was, the yarns were all just common variations of basic yarn with random crap stuck in them Maybe I j I am not an art yarn person per se however I thought the book would have a nice list of art yarns I could try Even though the author made a good point of needing to know basic spinning skills and that art yarn is not just mucky beginners yarn that you label as art because you haven t mastered any techniques yet I felt over all the book lack imagination, it seemed like as skilled as the yarn was, the yarns were all just common variations of basic yarn with random crap stuck in them Maybe I just don t have an eye for this kind of contemporary yarns


  2. Kati Kati says:

    This was probably very good when it was published, butin depth books on art yarn have been published since Since I already have copies of both Spin Art by Jacey Boggs and Spinner s Book of Yarn Designs by Sarah Anderson, this was much too basic for me.


  3. Mortira Mortira says:

    Get Spun is a wonderful resource for fiber crafters The excellent color photographs and easy to follow instructions describe everything you need to know to make your own unique and beautiful yarns The projects are very accessible once you have the right tools and versatile, so even beginners can enjoy the recipes and tips provided.


  4. Phyllis Phyllis says:

    Looking forward to reading and learning from this book.


  5. Grayson Grayson says:

    I didn t really like the yarns, but I realize this is totally subject because I don t generally like art yarns.


  6. Boronia Boronia says:

    Lots of pretty pictures, not much useful information on how to create fancy yarns Reading it was a waste of my time.


  7. Ellen Ellen says:

    May unleash spinning obsession.


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