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Contents

  1. Story Skeins
  2. Spinning
  3. Suppliers: General
  4. Suppliers: Fibre and Yarn
  5. Suppliers: Equipment and Notions
  6. Pages/Blogs I Love
  7. Useful Information
  8. Handspinners
  9. Tutorials
  10. Articles

Story Skeins

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Story Skeins’ Facebook Page

Follow me on Instagram

Follow me on Pinterest

Story Skeins’ Etsy Store

Spinning

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Expertly Dyed: Art by Science

PLY magazine

Schacht spindle blog

Suppliers: General

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The Threshing Barn

Wingham Wool Work

World of Wool

Suppliers: Fibre and Yarn

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Adelaide Walker

Bakewell Hearts

Bits and Hobs

Blacker Yarns – yarns spun from single-breed wool.

Defarge Yarns

Excelsior Yarns

The Fibre Finery

Giraffe Yarns

Habetrot Fibres

Hilltop Cloud

Lollipop Guild Yarns

Mountain Ash

Nunoco

Porpoise Fur

The Rainbow Fibre Fairy

Truly Hooked

Suppliers: Equipment and Notions

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Buttons Be Good

Doodlestop

Forest Valley Designs

Hooklicious

Pages/Blogs I Love

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Crochet Concupiscence

Fibery Goodness eBooks including their colouring book for fibre artists.

Fibreshare – international yarn and fibre swapping.

Healing Handcrafting: exploring process and healing through fiber arts and handcrafting.

Ravelry – fibre arts community and the best online resource for patterns.

Very Pink – some of the best knitting tutorials on the web.

Weird and Twisted – inspirational art yarn.

Useful Information

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Colour Theory:

Craft Insurance

Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers

UK Spinning Directory

Handspinners

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Aisling Designs

The Little Green Sheddio

Magpie and Goblin

Setting the Twist

Tutorials

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Cat Bordhi’s möbius cast-on:

How to Lucet:

Knitting: M1L, M1R

Knitting: Kitchener stitch

Knitting: Working a lateral braid:


Articles

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15 things incredibly happy creatives do

101 Artist’s Date Ideas

The art and science of planned pooling

Do you know the difference between top and roving?

Does crochet really use more yarn than knitting?

Handspun yarns are ideal for freeform crochet

Housewifely virtues: Handwork

How to photograph your crochet

Knitting With HandSpun Yarn: Projects Perfect for Beginners

Pilling no more?

Pure wool for socks

Quotes about crochet

Repairing a hand-knit sock with a knit-in-place patch

Spinning great sock yarn

A spinning wheel in good working order

Z-twist yarns for crocheters

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