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Gauge is important in knitting as it affects the final size and fit of the project. However, imperial vs metric measurements in knitting patterns can cause a bit of conversion conundrum for even the most advanced knitter.
Figuring out yarn weight—a term for the thickness or diameter of our yarn—is a pain. No matter which tool you choose to use, you need
We’re excited to announce our first School of SweetGeorgia handspun scraps, rigid heddle weave-along (WAL)! The official dates are November 1–30, 2023, and the weave-along
Hand cards, drum carder, hand combs… oh, my! Exploring fibre preparation can be a far deeper and more expensive dive than a curious spinner may
Want a sure-fire way to use up those precious scraps of handspun yarn, without investing dozens of hours into pattern scrolling? Get yourself a rigid
Let’s have a look under the hood to see how and why the twist direction of our yarns can make or break a project.
When we understand the characteristics of different weave structures, we’re closer to weaving any kind of fabric we want.
If you hadn’t yet watched Rachel Smith’s spinning online courses at the School of SweetGeorgia, I encourage you to do it. Rachel is a passionate learner, a kind and clear teacher, and a jewel in our community. Today, she shares some insights into her work.
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