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The practical spinner"s guide

Stephenie Gaustad

The practical spinner"s guide

cotton, flax, hemp

by Stephenie Gaustad

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hand spinning

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (page 155) and index.

    Other titlesCotton, flax, hemp
    StatementStephenie Gaustad
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTT847 .G38 2014
    The Physical Object
    Pagination159 pages
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27171550M
    ISBN 101596686693
    ISBN 109781596686694
    LC Control Number2013025629
    OCLC/WorldCa852399993

    "In this comprehensive and very practical guide, [the author] discusses the spinning lure; plugs and wobblers, home made spinners and spinners of foreign manufacture; light spinners and fly-spinners; fly lure tying techniques and easy to make lures. This book begins with the concept of quality management systems in spinning and then the objectives of product. The book explains the concept of product objectives and the impact of product features at customer's end. It will help the shop floor technicians as a practical guide and will be useful for the students who want to become a spinner.

    The Practical Spinner’s Guide: Cotton, Flax, Hemp $ The Practical Spinner's Guide: Cotton, Flax, Hemp quantity. Add to cart. Find a Dealer by Stephenie Gaustad. Spinning fiber from plants like cotton, flax and hemp is the focus of this informative book by expert spinner Stephenie Gaustad. Gaustad provides detailed overviews of each. A one-stop guide to preparing and spinning cotton, flax, and hemp! Over the last few years, focusing on specific types of fiber or spinning techniques has become more and more popular. In The Practical Spinner's Guide: Cotton, Flax, Hemp, author Stephenie Gaustad offers a detailed overview of each plant, the fiber it produces, and how to.

    It's time to look beyond wool, with The Practical Spinner's Guide: Rare Luxury Fibers! The go-to expert for fiber artists, Judith MacKenzie shares insights into working with uncommon (but readily available) luxury downs in this comprehensive, yet practical, guide for today's spinners. - An overview of sheep breeds and the characteristics of their fleece - Washing, carding, combing, and blending fibers - Purchasing and working with prepared fibers - Techniques for spinning and plying wool to achieve the right yarn for your projects - Advice on caring for fibers to protect them from unwanted pests and other problems Whether.


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