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Experience 90 minutes of textured spinning techniques and guidance with master spinner Jacey Boggs.
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With this beautifully done instantly downloadable video that was first introduced as a bonus to Spin Art, you'll experience 90 minutes of textured spinning techniques and guidance with master spinner Jacey Boggs.

The insightful Spin Art Video Download is split into three main sections:
  • Singles: Including demonstrations for Jacey's Racing Stripes, Strung Foreign Objects, Autowrapping, and Corespinning techniques.
  • Plied Yarn: Including easy-to-understand instruction on Spiral Plying, Supercoils, and Stacks.
  • Multi-Plied Yarn: Including fun tutorials on the Cables and Bouclé techniques.
In addition to learning tons of yummy techniques, you'll learn what characteristics textured yarns should possess, how to draft thick and thin yarn, and much more. Plus, do you struggle with setting your yarn? Jacey will explain how to best set yarn for optimum workability and teach you how some common setting techniques can provide a false sense of balance.

Dive into a world that is vibrant and luscious when you create Jacey's delicious textured yarns in the Spin Art Video Download.
Table of Contents
Introduction: What is Textured Spinning?
-Racing Stripe
-Strung Foreign Objects
-Auto Wrapping
-Thick and Thin
-Core Spinning
Plied Yarns
-Super Coils
Multi-plied Yarns
Conclusion: Setting Your Yarns
About the Author
Jacey Boggs runs the popular spinning website Spinners around the world have explored new yarn techniques from her DVD Sit & Spin and her spinning workshops. She teaches through guilds, yarn shops, and at national and international events. She is a regular contributor to Spin-Off magazine. She lives in Missouri.

SKU: EP5347

Author/Speaker/Editor: Jacey Boggs

Format: Standard Definition Video

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Customer Reviews

Inspiring Review by Deb

I wanted to learn to spin some unusual wools to use as highlights in projects and this was just the ticket. Clear and easy to understand and some lovely ideas!

(Posted on 9/10/13)