You've seen beautiful handspun yarns. You've lusted after the staggering variety of fibers and colors available to spinners. You've gone to a local spin in or fiber fest and drooled over the fibers, longing to join in with the other spinners.
But, you ask, isn't spinning expensive? Spinning wheels are big and cost a lot of money. Your house is already overrun by yarn. How can you justify adding spinning to your list of fiber
obsessions...I mean, hobbies? You know you want to, though. You just can't help yourself. The good news is that spinning doesn't have to be an expensive hobby to start. A few ounces of top and a drop spindle are all you need, along with someone to show you how to do it.
I'll be honest, I love TV. I watch it while I knit, and I thoroughly, unapologetically enjoy it. With the advent of Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, the original programming from HBO and Showtime, and the fabulous British detective shows, the options for knit-worthy TV are endless. Here are my top 10 recommendations for knitworthy TV.
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