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Now Available in HD!What can you learn from someone who spins all day, every day (except during gardening season), and who produces her own handspun shirts, sweaters, blankets, rugs, table linens, bath towels, aprons, even gardening shorts? Short answer: A lot! Rita Buchanan has spent more thoughtful time preparing fiber, spinning yarn, and making fabrics from her handspun than perhaps anyone in the developed world. This is not just mindless handwork; Rita has a keen, analytical mind that she applies consistently to testing, sampling, and record keeping, and she balances this against her pure joy in the process. The result is a body of knowledge and practice that sometimes defies convention, and always instructs and engages. In this set you’ll learn:
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Master spinner Rita Buchanan is a former editor of Fine Gardening magazine, and former Associate Editor of SpinOff. Her books include A Weaver’s Garden and A Dyer’s Garden (Interweave Press, 1995) . She lives in Winsted, Connecticut, with her husband, Steve.