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Handspinners and All Things Fiber Related

This group is for anyone interested in handspinning or any fiber related craft or for those raising fiber bearing animals.  This site will include postings for local fiber events and anything of use to the fiber community.  

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Latest Activity: May 18, 2014

Packing up to go to Northwest Regional Handspinner's Association (NwRSA) Conference.

Tomorrow is the beginning of the NwRSA yearly Conference.  It is being held in Salem, OR this year, at Willamette University.  The venue is open to the public on Friday and Saturday.  You can google  Northwest Regional Handspinner's Association for more details.  

I am taking two classes one on Bohus knitting and the other on spinning your fiber stash.  There will be a fashion show and gallery so we can see all the beautiful things that people have made over the last year.  I am entering a handspun, woven scarf in both events, so wish me luck.  

It can certainly be said that spinners (at least wheel spinners) do not travel light.

What are you working on?

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Superwash Merino 3 Replies

I recently came into 2 Kilos of 19.5 micron superwash merino top.  I am a novice spinner to begin with and had a heck of a time getting started with this fiber.  I honestly kept with it because I…Continue

Started by Joe Klinkhoff. Last reply by Sue Gee Mar 17, 2014.

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Comment by Sue Gee on May 18, 2014 at 7:46pm

Congratulations Lizz.  That is something to be proud of.  This should be a help when applying for teaching jobs.  

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