Spin-Off Presents: Lovely Longwools eBook
Ready for a change from crimpy Merino and other finewool fleeces? Maybe it's time to give longwools a try!
With articles by Linda Berry-Walker, Rita Buchanan, Jane Fournier, Carol Huebscher Rhoades, Deborah Robson, Robin Russo, and Sarah Wroot, the collection includes articles from luminaries throughout Spin-Off's history.
Longwool sheep fleece is perfect for worsted spinning. Lustrous, long (of course!), and smooth, the locks of longwool are best suited to being combed, spun with a short forward draw, and made into hard-wearing fabrics. With relatively little grease, longwool fleeces are efficient—little weight is lost in the wash.
Inside, you'll find:
- Fiber Basics: Coopworth by Carol Huebscher Rhoades Know Your Sheep Breeds: Coopworth by Linda Berry Walker Fiber Basics: Bluefaced Leicester by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
- Fiber Basics: Border Leicester by Robin Russo
- Fiber Basics: English Leicester by Jane Fournier
- Fiber Basics: Cotswold by Deborah Pulliam
- Fiber Basics: Lincoln Longwool by Deborah Robson
- Fiber Basics: Perendale: Bred for Fine Wool and Survival by Carol Huebscher Rhoades
- American Romney by Rita Buchanan
- Comparing American Wensleydale to British Wensleydale by Sarah Wroot