I've designed 5 different spinning kits, for spinners with different levels of experience. Each kit include background information about fiber, fiber properties and the different sheep breeds who's wool is featured in each kit, plus 1oz of 3 different tops/top blends.
More kits are in development, including kits with our cellulose blends.
Visit our YouTube Channel to see all these blends and more being hand spun.
For the new spinner who would like to build a solid foundation of skills while learning about the different properties each wool has.
Oatmeal BFL/Rambouillet, Polwarth/Rambouillet & 18.5um Merino/18.2um Rambouillet
For the new spinner who would like to build a solid foundation of skills and have some fun while learning something new.F
Oatmeal BFL/Rambouillet, Polwarth/Rambouillet, cNemesis 1.0
For the new spinner who would like to build a solid foundation of skills, learn about what makes each wool special and spin soft & springy Rambouillet.
Oatmeal BFL/Rambouillet, Polwarth/Rambouillet, Rambouillet
Spreading your wings
For the confidant new spinner who would like to explore new fibers after mastering the basics.
Mixed BFL/Rambouillet, Baby Camel/Merino/Rambouillet, 18.5um Superwash Merino/Nylon
For the confident spinner looking to experience different fibers. Each fiber requires a slightly different technique and provides the perfect opportunity to learn new skills.
Gotland/Rambouillet, 14.5um Merino/Light Brown Yak, Rambouillet/Angora
Consider one of these American made drop spindles. They're made from maple & beech. The conical maple whorl helps the spindle spin longer and maintain stability. It also has a notch in it to help keep yarn in place. Its 10" long from end to end, has a 2.5" whorl and weighs 1.8oz.