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Handspinning, dyeing, and working with Merino and superfine wools

Margaret Stove

Handspinning, dyeing, and working with Merino and superfine wools

by Margaret Stove

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  • 18 Currently reading

Published by Interweave Press in Loveland, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hand spinning.,
  • Dyes and dyeing -- Wool.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 106) and index.

    StatementMargaret Stove.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTT847 .S76 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 109 :
    Number of Pages109
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1537905M
    ISBN 100934026718
    LC Control Number91016253
    OCLC/WorldCa23694273

      The wool fibers are rated quite coarse, but full bodied and easy to spin. Having owned plenty of jumpers labelled Merino, I knew these sheep had particularly soft, fine wool, but til I read the Source Book, I never realised the breed originally came from Moroccan rams shipped across as stud for Spanish ewes, nearly a thousand years : Fran Rushworth. This review describes Merino Wool for handspinners. Keep in mind that different preparations can have huge variations. Individual sheep within a breed can have very different fleeces from each other. Even one sheep can produce widely varying fleeces year to year, changing with age and diet and pregnancy. Merino. Fine wool breed — under 24 microns.

      Since Stewie was a fine-wool breed and I wanted to do this right, I read Margaret Stove’s advice about washing locks in her book Merino: Handspinning, Dyeing & Working with Merino & Superfine Wools (Interweave, ; now out of print). Spinning, Fibers and Fiber Animals Books Amos, Alden Spinning Wheel Primer Molly Spin Your Own Wool and Dye It and Weave It Fannin, Allen Handspinning, Art & Technique Dyeing & Working with Merino and Superfine Wools Straw Into Gold Editions A Hundred and One Questions for Spinners. Williamsburg Spinners and Weavers Guild Library.

    Fine Wools. This wool group has an average of 50ss fiber diameter and is the softest of the other wool types. Fine wools spin well into fine yarns for knitting and crochet projects. They are the ideal wools for creating garments that can be worn against the skin, especially baby wearables. 1KG SUPERFINE 16 MICRON MERINO WOOL SUPER CHUNKY YARN *** This yarn is hand dyed and felted. It is made from unspun wool roving, but it has been felted to ensure durability unlike many of the other listings you see. This is a yarn designed for giant knitting and /5(3).


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Merino: Handspinning, Dyeing and Working With Merino and Superfine Wools [Stove, Margaret] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Merino: Handspinning, Dyeing and Working With Merino and Superfine Wools/5(5). Merino book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

Merino: Handspinning, Dyeing and Working With Merino and Superfine Wools [Hardcover]/5(15). Cover title: Merino: handspinning, dyeing & working with Merino & superfine wools. Also published in USA, Australia and New Zealand in Description: x, pages: illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm: Other Titles: Merino: handspinning, dyeing & working with Merino & superfine wools.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Author is a New Zealander. Cover title: Merino: handspinning, dyeing & working with Merino & superfine. Handspinning, Dyeing and Working with Merino and Superfine Wools by Margaret Stove,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(15). Merino: Handspinning, Dyeing and Working with Merino and Superfine Wools Merino was Margaret’s first book to be published.

It was released in and is still a definitive work for spinners interested in working with merino and other fine fibres. The fact that merino roving is easily available for spinning now is in no small part due to Margaret’s early work.

Handspinning, Dyeing & Working and working with Merino and superfine wools book Merino & Superfine Wools by Margaret Stove,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Margaret Stove. Merino: Handspinning, dyeing & working with merino and superfine wools.

As this book is hardcover, it is quite heavy and therefore shipping to the UK & USA is more expensive than our standard shipping rates.

Please select 'UK, USA & rest of world' for amended price that includes extra shipping costs. This book is a comprehensive guide to handling and spinning superfine fibres such as merino.

Books. Merino: Handspinning, Dyeing and Working with Merino and Superfine Wools; Creating Original Hand-knitted Lace; Wrapped in Lace; DVD.

Spinning for Lace. Publications. A list of magazines and other publications that have featured Margaret’s work can be found on the Publications page. Margaret Stove’s book Handspinning, Dyeing and Working With Merino and Superfine Wools has been really helpful, but some of her ways of explaining may take more than one read through.

Merino wool has the finest diameter of any of the groups of sheep breeds. It appears the breed originated in arid regions, possibly in North Africa. North American ed. also published as: Handspinning, dyeing and working with Merino and superfine wools. Cover title: Merino: handspinning, dyeing & working with Merino & superfine wools in New Zealand.

Description: x, pages: illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm: Other Titles: Handspinning, dyeing and working with Merino and superfine wools.

This book, Merino; Handspinning, Dyeing & Working with Merino and Superfine Wools was one of my very first spinning books. Margaret's methods for washing fine wools have made a huge impression on me and my washing techniques across the board.

The book begins with an overview of Merino types and possible history of the breed. Handspinning, dyeing, and working with Merino and superfine wools.

[Margaret Stove] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Hand spinning. Dyes and dyeing -- Wool. More like this: Similar Items. Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find Merino: Handspinning, Dyeing and Working With Merino () by Stove, Margaret/5(14).

Handspinning, Dyeing and Working With Merino and Superfine Wools Hardcover – Nov. 1 by Margaret Stove (Author)/5(5). It is more difficult to work with other breeds, but not the horrors that people say it is.

Margaret Stove’s book Handspinning, Dyeing and Working With Merino and Superfine Wools has been really helpful, but some of her ways of explaining may take more than one read through. Merino wool has the finest diameter of any of the groups of sheep breeds.

I hope you enjoy this video of me spinning some merino that I hand combed with Valkyrie Superfine combs. I love feedback if you leave a comment or have a question, I’ll reply asap:) This. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Merino: Handspinning, Dyeing and Working With Merino and Superfine Wools at Read honest and /5.

Sign up to our newsletter and we'll keep you up to date with the latest arrivals and offers. Merino: Handspinning, Dyeing and Working With Merino and Superfine Wools: ISBN () Hardcover, Interweave Press, Wrapped in Lace: Knitted Heirloom Designs from Around the World.

SPINNING & DYEING KITS. Drop Spindle Kits Dyeing Kits KNITTING & WEAVING KITS Home / Dyed Wool / Superfine mic 's Merino. Superfine mic 's Merino. Refine Clear All expand_less expand_more. By subscribing to our newsletter you agree to receive emails with latest news from World of Wool.

You can unsubscribe to these at any time. This book, Merino; Handspinning, Dyeing & Working with Merino and Superfine Wools was one of my very first spinning books. Margaret’s methods for washing fine wools have made a huge impression on me and my washing techniques across the board.

The book begins with an overview of Merino types and possible history of the breed.For this course you will need access to a spinning wheel in good working order, Lazy Kate and have access to Margaret Stove’s book and DVD.

Stove, M., (). Merino: Handspinning, Dyeing and Working with Merino and Superfine Wools, Caxton Press, Christchurch, NZ, ISBN DVD – Spinning for Lace, – (Interweave Press).