The Winter Issue

The Winter issue is on the way!  A few people will be getting it this week but with the holiday mail, it may be stalled.  I know I say this every time but this may be my favorite issue so far.  It’s definitely one of my favorite covers! Golding spindle with Greenwood  Fiberworks fiber!

PLY - Worsted Issue

You may have noticed that I don’t write for every issue (I mean actual articles, I always write copy). Sometimes I just find so many people that have so much to say and I’d rather give them a platform to say it, and sometimes, I just don’t have as many smart things to say as the people that propose articles.  I did, however, write for the worsted issue.  I wrote twice!

8 replies
  1. Gretchen
    Gretchen says:

    Wow! What a gorgeous cover!! I’m thrilled, as usual, with the content as well. I’m always glad to spend chilly winter days learning something new. Thanks.

  2. Jan Jones
    Jan Jones says:

    While I love sheep, I do not know many breeds by sight and was wondering what breed is on the back cover of this latest issue (winter 2014). Love this issue, from the cover (a Golding, I have one too!) and the word Worsted, my favorite weight to knit with, to those sheep on the back cover. Thanks

  3. Lisa Ann Merian
    Lisa Ann Merian says:

    This issue is my first from PLY and it is above and beyond what I have been told about the magazine.
    I have been a fiber artist for many years, it has been a very very long time since a spinning magazine has captured my attention from cover to cover.
    My creative spirt has a renewed energy!
    Thank You,
    Lisa Ann Merian
    Spinners Hill

  4. cookgoalie
    cookgoalie says:

    This is also my first issue and am thrilled with it. Great content. Great magazine. I was going to email to see if I could get back copies, and saw that issue 2&3 are being reprinted. Will definitely be ordering. Keep up the great work.

  5. Jeanie Farley
    Jeanie Farley says:

    I love this issue and must thank you JC for donating to our guild for give always during our recent retreat. This is the issue I chose.

    Page 30 and 31 have captured my interest and I am really curious what flicker Kelley is using in the article photos. I love the size for portability.

    If you know I would love to know.

    Thank you again!!!


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