11 Responses to Spin to Knit

  1. Cate says:

    I love all the colors, and that little splash of sparkle is just perfect!

  2. kittee says:

    I want to wear that so bad!!!!!!!!


  3. Caylie says:

    Yay I love your bubblegummy yarns. I’m in the process of ordering 4 KILOS! ( That’s 8.8 Pounds) of amazing Australian 19 micron merino for a spinning collaboration I’m doing with my Sister who’s a natural dyer. I bought a blending board, its awesome, and now you’re just making me itch to spin something this weekend. I still have your “learn to spin” zine I got off a Flickr swap years ago, I think that’s how I heard about “MyPaperCrane” in the first place. I’ve graduated from drop spindle to my wheel and still love the entire process. Thanks for the inspiration Heidi.

  4. meredith says:

    it looks beautiful!

  5. Nancy B says:

    Beautiful yarn. I love the colors. When I saw the top picture first I thought it was cotton candy!

  6. Heidi Kenney says:

    Thanks so much Nancy :) I’ve been enjoying spinning again!

  7. Heidi Kenney says:

    thanks so much Meredith :)

  8. Heidi Kenney says:

    Caylie, Oh wow that sounds like so much fun! And so much amazing fiber!!
    Thats so awesome that you have that zine still, I don’t even have a copy! :)

  9. Heidi Kenney says:

    Kittee :) aww you’re so sweet

  10. Heidi Kenney says:

    thanks Cate, I never can resist that sparkly stuff when I am at The Mannings, but then I try not to go overboard using it. Its sometimes very hard though haha

  11. Betsy says:

    I was just looking into learning how to spin wool. What sort of spinner do you use? Getting started is a bit overwhelming but it looks like a lot of fun!