Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Spinning to the next level!


I have done some more spinning, and I think I am doing progress.
The key to getting it right is getting good at keeping the twist away from the drafting-zone.
I also found it easier to get it right when dividing the rowing in smaller parts.
Now I am ready to remove my yarn from the spindle so that I can start on a new one. Then I will be able to ply!

3 Comments:

At 4:33 AM , Anonymous Angie said...

What lovely yarn. I have not knit with my handspun yet; I had thought of knitting squares for an afghan. That would use the small skeins.

On the Grafton Fibers website are pictures of spun yarn (and also instructions if you look around a bit); Linda Diak says she is trying to get more air into her yarn. Sounds like a good idea.

http://www.graftonfibers.com/journal.htm

 
At 8:52 PM , Blogger Knittacia said...

Thank you for youre help!
I really need air into my yarn, 'case for now I have no air what so ever...

 
At 2:09 PM , Blogger Bim said...

Hrm, ungefär ett sådant spinnhjul, eller vad man ska kalla det. Inhandlades i lördags. Hrm, frågan är bara hur i alla bananskalshögar, detta ska användas, :). Har nämligen ALDRIG spunnit förut, hm... Jajaja... vi får väl se om de blir liggandes eller inte, suck... bland allt annat som ligger och skrotar då, :).
Må så gott... en Sjöbackabo på irrvägar ute på nätet... och skriver på svenska till dig, :). Klem...

 

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