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The theme of this issue is history. Spinning’s past is old, but the stories and inspiration that come from it are fresh and intriguing. There are more than a few fascinating topics covered in this issue.
The feature articles of Spin-Off Summer 2013 let you:
There’s also an interesting feature on the ancient textile technique of sprang, a form of braiding that forms a flexible, woven cloth. There’s a great feature about George Washington’s silk sprang sash as well as a handspun sprang gallery.
The fun doesn’t stop there. Get great spinning how-to filled with history, such as:
Plus, there are great projects to be found in this issue, such as an officer’s sprang sash, a Hyde Park Stole, a baby beanie fit for a prince (inspired by Prince William’s and the Duchess of Cambridge’s, Kate Middleton, expected baby), and two handknit collars that recall the time period between the 1860s and 1950s.
There is so much history to explore in this issue! Don’t miss out on the fascinating stories, the wonderful reenactments, and the inspiring projects. Get your copy today!
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