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MEMBER UPDATES

Each month, we send out an update on all the new courses, tutorials, and content that has been released on the School of SweetGeorgia. Check here to see all the latest!

Tapestry weavings by Janna Maria Vallee woven in Everlea Yarns for the School of SweetGeorgia
Brigid Zurock

Member Update // New Tapestry Weaving Workshop!

Sharing the latest SOS news about our new tapestry weaving course now available at the School! Taught by Janna Maria Vallee, Techniques in Tapestry course expands on techniques earlier learned such as weaving vertical pillars and pick and pick. In this update, we also share a note about our SweetGeorgia Holiday hours.

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Spinning Up a Level online workshop module Spin Control taught by Katrina Stewart
Brigid Zurock

Member Update // New Spinning Up a Level Module: Spin Control

Module four of our Spinning Up a Level workshop series is now here! Taught by Katrina Stewart, it covers measuring singles and tips and tricks on how to keep them consistent, adjustments to achieve the twist you want in your singles and plying, plus measuring your wraps per inch to help estimate the weight of yarn you’ll spin when you begin plying.

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Spinning Up a Level Workshop Twist and Ply on Handspun Yarn
Brigid Zurock

Member Update // New Spinning Up a Level Module: Twist & Ply

It’s been a month since we first started our SOS Spinning Up a Level workshop series, and today we’re happy to now share with you the third module in the series: Twist & Play, taught by Katrina Stewart. Don’t miss the links for today’s Live Office Hours session (the last of 2020) and info on the SweetGeorgia Sweater Season Sale!

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Spinning Up a Level spinning fibre examples
Brigid Zurock

Member Update // Spinning Up a Level Module 2 + New Knitting Tutorials!

The second Spinning Up A Level module, Fibre & Finishing is now available! Taught by Katrina Stewart, learn about the attributes of different fibres one should keep in mind when selecting what you want to spin for a specific project. And then once your fibre is chosen, the spinning and finishing options to finish your handspun yarn.

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