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Learn to spin with Anne Field

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847
.G46
F54
2011

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Learn to spin with Anne Field : spinning basics

Field, Anne.

North Pomfret, VT : Trafalgar Square, c2011.

207 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.

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With easy to follow, step by step directions, Anne guides the novice spinner through all they need to know to get started. She explains the spinning process and techniques, including preparation of fleeces, worsted and woolen spinning methods, plying, adjusting tension, treadling, skeining, drafting and blending as well as helpful advice about spinning wheels a d how they work. A wide range of the fibers suitable for spinning are featured, wool, alpaca, silk, mohair, cotton, angora, synthetic and blended fibers, with details on the characteristics of each fiber and the best spinning methods to use. Also included are many great projects with full instructions on how to use your newly spun yarns. The book is illustrated with color photographs throughout.

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ISBN:

978-1-57076-492-9 (pbk.)

ISBN:

978-1-57076-492-9 (pbk.)

Dewey Class No:

746.1/2041 23

Author:

Field, Anne.

Title:

Learn to spin with Anne Field : spinning basics / by Anne Field.

VaryingTitle:

Learn to spin : spinning basics.

Publisher:

North Pomfret, VT : Trafalgar Square, c2011.

Physical:

207 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.

BibliogrphyNote:

Includes bibliography (p. 198) and index.

Summary:

With easy to follow, step by step directions, Anne guides the novice spinner through all they need to know to get started. She explains the spinning process and techniques, including preparation of fleeces, worsted and woolen spinning methods, plying, adjusting tension, treadling, skeining, drafting and blending as well as helpful advice about spinning wheels a d how they work. A wide range of the fibers suitable for spinning are featured, wool, alpaca, silk, mohair, cotton, angora, synthetic and blended fibers, with details on the characteristics of each fiber and the best spinning methods to use. Also included are many great projects with full instructions on how to use your newly spun yarns. The book is illustrated with color photographs throughout.

Subject:

Spinning--General instructions.

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505 ContentsNote 0   $a Formatted contents note  Learning to spin. The spinning process ; Wheels & how they work ; Other ways to spin -- Animal fibres. Wool ; Alpaca ;Silk ; Mohair ; Angora rabbit -- Plant & manufactured fibres. Cotton ; Manufactured fibres -- Mixing & matching fibres. Blended fibres ; Novelty yards.
520 Summary   $a Summary, etc. note  With easy to follow, step by step directions, Anne guides the novice spinner through all they need to know to get started. She explains the spinning process and techniques, including preparation of fleeces, worsted and woolen spinning methods, plying, adjusting tension, treadling, skeining, drafting and blending as well as helpful advice about spinning wheels a d how they work. A wide range of the fibers suitable for spinning are featured, wool, alpaca, silk, mohair, cotton, angora, synthetic and blended fibers, with details on the characteristics of each fiber and the best spinning methods to use. Also included are many great projects with full instructions on how to use your newly spun yarns. The book is illustrated with color photographs throughout.
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