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|Date:||Thursday, October 17, 2019|
|Time:||9:00 - 4:00|
Did you ever purchase a hand painted top and spin it only to be disappointed in the final color outcome? This workshop analyzes how dyed tops and rovings are painted and how the fiber can be spun in 12+ ways to yield different color combinations in the final yarn. The focus will be on color and how to achieve beautiful color results instead of mud. The techniques taught in this workshop would be suitable for all fabric construction types including knitting, crocheting, and weaving.
Prerequisites: Intermediate - need to know how to spin a continuous yarn on a spinning wheel and how to ply using 2 bobbins.
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There is a material fee of $18 included in the price of registration. It includes: Cost of fiber for creating class samples and handouts.
Students must bring: Hand carders (optional, student can borrow instructors), working wheel, spinning wheel oil, tensioned lazy kate to accommodate minimum of 3 bobbins, 4-5 empty bobbins with leader, and a hand painted top the student is curious about spinning for optimal color results(optional).