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A treasure trove of silky knowledge for spinners; a go-to resource for answers to questions regarding this staggeringly low-micron-count fiber. Focusing on the 4 most readily available types of silk (Bombyx, Tussah, Muga, and Eri), we’ll delve into twist, sheen, luster, natural dying,...

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A treasure trove of silky knowledge for spinners; a go-to resource for answers to questions regarding this staggeringly low-micron-count fiber. Focusing on the 4 most readily available types of silk (Bombyx, Tussah, Muga, and Eri), we’ll delve into twist, sheen, luster, natural dying, ways to spin, structure, stories, and how to deal with just how darn slippery silk is. If you love to spin silk, love silk but don’t love to spin it (yet), or want to love silk, don’t miss this issue. Plus: Franklin Habit gives us another tip from Lazy Kate and Carson Demers tells us how to relax and enjoy the silky spin!!

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PLY Magazine Silk Issue - Spring 2014

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