Words and Photos by Suzanne Correira I’ve been experimenting with using mud for coloring cloth ever since I took a class from Judy Dominic in the early 2000s. She studied African mud dyeing extensively. Then I started reading about the Japanese technique of Dorozomo – also mud dyeing. I fell in love with the fun […]
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Words and Photos by Melanie Duarte As spinners we are always chasing cloth. The yarn we create may be beautiful on its own and it might hang out longer in our stash than we intended it to, but there probably was a goal when we set out to spin it. More often than not, that […]
Words and Photos by Barbara Bundick My favorite default yarn is, to put it mildly, frog hair. I spin fine. Lucky for me, I also love to knit lace. The 2 go together quite handily. I’ve heard a number of old wives’ tales about the best yarn for lace knitting. First, 2-ply yarn is supposedly […]