Digital Bundle PLY Magazine – All Issues
Experience year 1 and with First issue, the Color Issue, and the Woolen issue as you learn to about spinning firsts; how to deal with color and spinning; and how to let air in your yarn a variety of ways.
Fall in love with Year 2 with Silk issue, the Twist issue, the Community issue, and the Worsted issue as you delve into our beautiful sold out Silk issue, learn all about how twist changes and affects your spinning; explore our wonderful spinning community, and make the tidiest yarn ever.
Jump into Year 3 with the Leicester issue, the Fine issue, the Texture issue, and the Singles issue as you learn about all 3 major Leicester breeds and what they’re great for; learn to spin as fine as you’d like; explore the wilder side of spinning; and forget about plying and focus on those single strands.
Year 4 won’t disappoint with the Cotton issue, the Bulky issue, the Boucle issue, and the Plying issue as you marvel over the stunning and mind-blowing cotton issue; get bulk back in your yarn; spin some circles; and explore the art of plying!
Year 5 will keep you learning with Down (and Down-like) Breeds, Bobbin-led, Semi-issue, and Planning.
Year 6 starts off with the mysterious and humble flax issue and then keeps going with the flyer-led issue which uses that type of wheel as a jumping off point for lots of great spinning know-how. The next issue is on Power, and spinners are powerful people. This issue will focus on how to harness that power—increase it —and enjoy it. The last issue of the year is Sock Yarn, where we cover various techniques used to spin fiber to produce socks that will last.
Year 7 starts off with the most medium sheep of all — Bond and Corriedale. If you spin medium length wool, this issue with it’s gorgeous projects, is just for you! Followed up by the Suspended Spindle issue which teaches you all about spindle dynamics. The fall issue is all about Cloth and how to spin to create fabric and the last issue of the year is Prep and how to prepare your fiber.
Year 8 begins with fur and is followed by supported spindle.