An Introduction to Handspun Wool and Natural Dyes

Learn how to spin wool and color it with natural dyes using native plant dyes and a Navaho spindle.



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Use a niddy-noddy to make neat skeins of your newly spun yarn.
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A drop spindle is an inexpensive way to learn to spin.
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Hand Cards are used to process wool for spinning.
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A Navaho spindle or spindle whorl is used to learn spinning basics.
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