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Topic: Crafts > Handspinning and Handweaving
Spinners and WeaversFind in this ring sites personal, academic and commercial pertaining to the history and practice of spinning and/or weaving (particularly by hand) as well as the supplies and equipment for, and result of,  these activities.  Pictured on this page:  a detail from a photograph taken on May 12, 2007, by Sukanto Debnath of Hyderabad, India, of a sleepy Tibetan woolspinner.  On the NavBar:  A detail from a photo taken February 2004 by Talk member Olauspetri of "a woman practicing her craft in one of the many 'weaving-villages' in the south of Laos, this one located outside of Pakxe."

For example: Jazzturtle Creations - Blog about spinning and other crafty bits and bobs

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Jazzturtle Creations 1 review(s)
Blog about spinning and other crafty bits and bobs

being natasha fialkov 1 review(s)
handspun and dyed yarns, knits

The Wooly Woods 1 review(s)
The Wooly Woods of West Virginia is a small, family-owned, livestock farm that specializes in handspun products.

Spinning Loft ltd 1 review(s)
Spinning, Weaving, Lace Knitting supplies, education and help.

Elizabeth's fiber2yarn Handspinning Supplies & Ideas 1 review(s)
Full line of supplies for knitter, weaver and handspinner.

Mixed-Up Melange 1 review(s)
Creativity, expression in forms of color in a textile or glass medium.

Blue Moon Fibers, home to Moonspinners and spindlepins 2 review(s)
Hope you enjoy poking around at my site.

Black Cat Handspun and Fiber 1 review(s)
A site dedicated to selling my handspun yarns and hand-dyed and hand-painted fiber

Fiber Tales 1 review(s)
spinning, weaving, knitting, friends

VanCalcar Acres - Icelandics - 1 review(s)
Excellent handspinning fleeces from dual-coated Icelandic sheep in a range of colors.

CHECK MY CURRENT LISTINGS ON EBAY I dye high quality merino blend wool roving into .

MacGregor Hollow Farm Angoras 1 review(s)
MacGregor Hollow has beautiful AAGBA white goats and naturally colored angora goats.

Crystalheart Handspun Yarns 1 review(s)
-- The growing collection of handspun and all its production accoutrement that's threatening to take over our little coastal bungalow -- Confessions of fiber madness from a woman who can be heard mumbling in her sleep: ".

Beads n fibers 1 review(s)
This is my home for my beads n fiber art creations as well as my ramblings about them

Berry Hill Shetland Sheep 1 review(s)
Berry Hill Shetlands is a small farm dedicated to the preservation of shetland sheep.

Wooleybuns Rabbitry 1 review(s)
We are a very small rabbitry specializing in French and English Angora rabbits.

FiberFelter Hand made felt and more
I am a felter and I make scarves, shawls and stoles plus handbags.

genessa -- webring!
If you're seeing this site in one of my rings, consider it an unofficial manager's page); otherwise it's my page about which rings I manage AND about WebRing in general, including WebRing membership and management.

genessa -- art supplies!
Supplies for the professional or amateur artist or craftsperson, teachers and anyone else interested in expressing him/herself in the visual arts.

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flying k farm blog
family owned fiber farm.

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Dry Creek Ranch and Rabbitry 1 review(s)
We supply raw sheep wool and processed fibre from sheep, alpacas, llamas, angora goats and rabbits! We also do wool processing - from washing to ready-to-spin roving.

Knitsnthings's Weblog
A blog about knitting, spinning, antique spinning wheels and other crafting adventures including free patterns.

Velma's World 1 review(s)
Musings on life in the World o' Velma, behind the Redwood Curtain, land of wonderousness and home of COLORBOMB Creations Handspun Art Yarn & Fibery Goodness.

Feral fibre Farm 1 review(s)
We are dedicated to the preservation of rare breed sheep and promoting the fiber arts.

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