Oct 30, 2020
In the last two podcasts, for some reason I said the livestreams were archived on Facebook, which is not true. I didn't even catch it as I was editing. Instead of the tedious process of edit and releasing the episodes, I decided to record this separate little audio.
The livestreams originate on Twitch.TV under
Oct 29, 2020
The Hebridean sheep have long dual coated wool in various colors. I used my study to not only spin the fiber but to show on live stream how to separate the two coats.
The fiber was purchased from Wychwood Spinner Etsy shop.
A short video on Twitch.tv show how to pull for long tog from the short thel using this...
Oct 29, 2020
First up in the podcast is a report on my study of the Lonk Sheep Breed. It's short so I went on to talk about all the spinning projects I have currently going that involve the Merino Breed. Later, I will do a more complete breed study for that breed. Finally, I talk about the second Tour de Fleece that ran from Aug...
Sep 12, 2020
In this unusual year, even the Tour de Fleece was affected. The Tour de France did not run in July as usual, but was celebrated on Ravelry anyway. Then when the Tour did ride in Sept, we did it again.
This podcast is about what I spun and learned during the first Tour. I also included the breed review for Yak fiber,...
Aug 20, 2020
The Coopworth Sheep breed is a relatively new breed, as sheep breeds go. The sample I worked with was from a lamb and contained long lovely locks. I cover in this podcast how to wash and spin locks, and the specifics of this sampling.
Information on the Breed is from the Fleece and Fiber Source Book.
Another book I...