One ending, two beginnings.
Jillian and I go out for a spin and catch up, I review Pigeonroof Studios fiber, and Jillian interviews Lynne Vogel.
Segments include: Zora-Lora-Ding-Dong, FOs & WIPs, a Field Trip to Sarah Anderson's class, a Mash Note to Kay Gardiner, and a Helpful Hint. Plus, Zora makes a number of cameos.
Jillian and I go out for a spin, Jillian reviews fiber from Woolgatherings, I review the Hansen Mini-Spinner and the Will Taylor Clever Kate.
Jillian and I open a package, I review How to Spin Wool: Four Spinners, Four Techniques, and Jillian interviews Amy King of Spunky Eclectic. Plus, The Organized Spinner provides some hints on sampling for a large project.
Jillian and I go out for a spin. Twice. Jillian reviews the Lendrum folding wheel.
In this SpinDoctor Unplugged episode, I catch you up on lots of finished objects, tell you about Zora's new diet, face some hard truths about sock yarn, and offer a helpful hint.
Jillian and I go out for a spin on our last night at the Madrona Fiber Arts Winter Retreat. Hilarity ensues.
I go out for a spin with Jillian. Then, I devour Jacey Boggs’ yummy Spin Art, savor Schacht’s toothsome bulky plyer flyer, and review a scrumptious merino-cross fleece deliciously processed by Morro Fleece Works. Plus, a new spinalong!
A field trip, the state of the stash, some works in progress, a fiber fiasco, a mash note and a helpful hint.
I introduce the new, "unplugged" format, with reports on recent spinning, weaving and knitting, an update on the state of the stash, a love note to Pam Allen, and some fiber fiascos.
I review mini-combs from Andrew Forsyth, Peter Teal's Hand Woolcombing and Spinning (sort of), the YouTube videos that taught me to comb, and Maggie Casey's DVD on Spinning Big and Lofty Yarns. Plus, a dream wheel weekend, a bit on what I've been spinning, and an announcement.
I tell all about my recent class with Deb Menz, plus and interview with Deb and reviews of her recent DVDs. Also, I review fiber from Dicentra Designs, and The Organized Spinner sets up a dye studio.
I review the Black Sheep Gathering (and tell what I ate and what I bought), fiber from Into the Whirled, and Judith MacKenzie's A Spinner's Toolbox. Plus, craftygirl83 reviews Smoky Mountain Spinnery in Gatlinburg, TN, and I reveal the winners of the SpinDoctor Wool Breeds Challenge.
I review the Schacht Sidekick and fiber from Yarn Hollow.
We go out for a longer spin than usual, and I review the Massachusetts Sheep and Woolcraft Fair.
I tell all about my trip to Maryland Sheep & Wool and the fleece I bought there. Plus, Zora takes over the outro.
I review fiber from Fat Cat Knits, spindles from Jenkins Woodworking, and Anne Field's Spinning Wool: Beyond the Basics.