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Great Yarn Comes from Great Preparation! - Learn to use fiber preparation tools to get the best results

One of the  keys to good spinning is good fiber preparation.  There are many fiber types, lengths, and crimp structures.  What do you do with longer fibers?  How do you handle short fibers?  What is the best preparation for worsted vs woolen spinning?  Perhaps you purchased a braid of fiber years ago and the color does not excite you anymore, so how can you change it?  These are the questions we will explore while learning best practices with drum carders, hand carders, flick carders, combs, and blending boards.  Whether you are preparing your fibers after washing your own fleece or want to change the structure of a braid for spinning, this class will help you look at fibers in a new way and the best tools to create that yarn you are looking for!

Instructor: Wendy Clark

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