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The Spinner S Book Of Fleece

Author : Beth Smith
ISBN : 9781603428750
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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The characteristics of fleece — its structure, grease content, and fiber diameter — vary widely depending on the breed of sheep the fleece comes from. In this comprehensive guide, Beth Smith profiles 21 types of fleece, from bouncy and pliant to lacy and lightweight. A sheep-by-sheep reference describes the best way to wash and spin each fleece into rich, soft yarn. You’ll soon be confidently choosing the right fleece, spinning it to perfection, and enjoying the perfect yarn for your next fiber creation.

The Spinner S Book Of Yarn Designs

Author : Sarah Anderson
ISBN : 9781603429023
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Discover the satisfying fun of spinning your own yarn! This step-by-step guide shows you how to create 80 distinctive yarn types, from classics like mohair bouclé to novelties like supercoils. Covering the entire spinning process, Sarah Anderson describes the unique architecture of each type of yarn and shares expert techniques for manipulating and combining fibers. Take your crafting to a new level and ensure that you have the best yarn available by spinning it yourself.

Accounting Research 1948 1958 Selected Articles On Accounting History

Author : David Solomons
ISBN : 0815322534
Genre : Business & Economics
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Reprints all of the 19 articles and 13 communications on accounting history from the nine volumes of the quarterly journal Accounting Research, published in Britain by Cambridge U. Press from 1948 to 1958. The volume is paired with a volume on accounting theory, and an introduction by the editors appears in both volumes. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

The Every Day Book And Table Book

Author : William Hone
ISBN : KBNL:KBNL03000107767
Genre : Days
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Spinning Wool

Author : Anne Field
ISBN : 1570764646
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Spinning has changed hugely since its upsurge in popularity in the 1970s. These days spinners want to know more than just how to spin an adequate yarn: they want to extend the range of yarns they can produce, to understand what is happening as they spin, and to learn about the raw materials they are working with. The first edition of this book gave spinners, for the first time, a fully illustrated manual that provided straightforward, authoritative advice and information on their craft, while spinning wheel manufacturers developed wheels to meet the changing needs of spinners. This revised and updated edition, now in full color, is intended for spinners who have mastered the basic spinning techniques explored in the author’s The Ashford Book of Spinning. It builds on those basics to encourage spinners to extend their skills and to teach them how to analyze fleeces with their end purpose in mind, and to help them get the best out of their spinning wheels. Part One covers what spinners need to know about wool and types of wool, analysis of a fleece, and how to store and prepare it for spinning. The chapter on wool types has been updated, with completely new samples and photographs. Part Two includes information on many of the new spinning wheels currently available. The yarn design section continues to provide thorough coverage with step-by-step instructions and photographs of the process of spinning yarns to a predetermined size and twist count, as well as detailed explanations of spinning methods, relating this information back to the properties of the chosen fleece. Finally, there are many new projects, all illustrated with full instructions, suggesting interesting and innovative ways to weave, knit or crochet your beautiful, newly spun yarn. Spinning Wool--Beyond the Basics is intended for spinners who have mastered the basic spinning techniques and will build on those basics to further expand their spinning skills. This new edition is organized in four sections--wool, spinning wheels (with up-to-date information), yarn designs featuring new color photos, and seven new projects.

The Fleece Fiber Sourcebook

Author : Carol Ekarius
ISBN : 9781603427647
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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This one-of-a-kind encyclopedia shines a spotlight on more than 200 animals and their wondrous fleece. Profiling a worldwide array of fiber-producers that includes northern Africa’s dromedary camel, the Navajo churro, and the Tasmanian merino, Carol Ekarius and Deborah Robson include photographs of each animal’s fleece at every stage of the handcrafting process, from raw to cleaned, spun, and woven. The Fleece & Fiber Sourcebook is an artist’s handbook, travel guide, and spinning enthusiast’s ultimate reference source all in one.

The Book Of English Trades And Library Of The Useful Arts

Author : Book
ISBN : OXFORD:590101289
Genre : Industrial arts
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Jason And The Golden Fleece

Author : Geraldine McCaughrean
ISBN : 1860395279
Genre : Ancient Greece
File Size : 36. 80 MB
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From the bestselling author/illustrator team of Geraldine McCaughrean and Tony Ross, this book recounts the story of Jason and his search for the golden fleece. '

Folens History Industry Reform And Empire Student Book

Author : Aaron Wilkes
ISBN : 1843034093
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An innovative, attention-grabbing text book series, providing resources for the full ability range.

How To Spin

Author : Beth Smith
ISBN : 9781612126135
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Expert Beth Smith teaches you everything you need to know to spin your own yarn, from choosing a spinning wheel to every stage of preparing your fiber, plying, winding off, and finishing. Fully illustrated step-by-step instructions make it simple and easy!

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