podcasts Episode 182 October 29, 2017November 19, 2017 by Sara https://www.yarnsatyinhoo.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Episode182.Rhinebeck2017-.mp3 It’s all about my visit to the New York Sheep & Wool Festival in this episode. Emilie Wohlscheid of Bricolage Studios teaching us how to spin wirecore yarn and make jewelry. We got to use these amazing drumcarders from Clemes & Clemes. Emilie had really great tips for spinning fiber onto fine gauge wire. Here you can see the spool of wire in her right hand and a strip of fiber batt in her left. These photos show my progress from selecting fibers, blending them with a drum carder, and finally the dimension and color of my wirecore yarn. Wow, everyone in the class was creating wirecore yarn within a few minutes. We used our yarn to create three different pieces of jewelry. Plus, we took home lots of our yarn and fiber supplies to create more! Emilie’s class was incredibly enjoyable and informative. Day 1: Marybeth in her Birkin and me in my Bressay Dress. What a thrill to find this photo on MasonDixon Knitting’s Instagram feed. Day 2: I’m wearing the Tea House Dress by Sew House Seven and Batad by Stephen West. Marybeath is wearing Merchant & Mills’ Dress Shirt and Stephen West’s Speckle and Pop — fresh off the needles. I just love visiting the Going Gnome booth. This felted Hedwig was incredible. Ella took third place in the Leaping Llamas contest. She’s an amazing spinner and a member of Cashmere Kids 4H program at St. Mary’s on the Hill. Congratulations, Ella! Purchases! Post navigation Episode 181Episode 183
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I enjoyed listening to your podcast, and your experiences at Rhinebeck. The class you took sounds very interesting! I’ve been this year and last, but as a vendor employee, have not really had the time to explore. Actually, I was across from Foster Sheep Farms in the Windy Valley Muskox booth; the ladies at FSF are very nice, it was great to hear what sets them apart from some of the other vendors. Your dress is beautiful, how fun that you found a picture of it!!