This 4 hour course is a follow on to the full day Beginners' Workshop and is also suitable for spinners who have been learning at home without having had any formal tuition.
It focusses on tips and tricks for using a spinning wheel, pre-preparing the fibre, joining on new fibre, controlling thickness and adjusting tension using the braking system. We will also learn a new plying technique and have plenty of time for general practice of your emerging spinning skills.
If you will be redeeming a CraftCourses gift voucher on this course, the voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
• All the materials for the workshop are provided including fibre (a selection of commercially prepared roving, and top in natural and dyed shades) use of drop spindles, spinning wheels and electric mini-spinner.
A fabulous course which is perfect for those who have attended the introduction to spinning or who are self-taught spinners who want to develop their skills and knowledge. I learned so much more about my spinning wheel, fibres, spinning, different techniques of joining and plying and washing the skeins. Gina is a fabulous teacher, answering questions and queries with easy to understand answers and provides information to take home to refer to. The homemade cakes were a fabulous half time treat too. Thank you Gina
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This was an excellent introductory workshop and Gina's clear explanation and tuition is perfect to develop start spinning with confidence and understand problems that might occur for a new spinner. A warm and inviting workroom, lovely homemade cake and beautiful views over Caerphilly also very much add to the workshop experience.