Learn to Spin and Art Yarn Spinning with Weft Blown


Duration: 1 day

Price: £60

Run by: Angela Sewell
at Weft Blown

07930 657900

Studio 2 - Happyhills
121-125 Main Street
West Kilbride
North Ayrshire
KA23 9AR

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About the Course

Have you always wanted to learn to spin but don’t know where to start?

Or are you already able to spin but want to learn how to spin art yarns and make your own batts?

Then come along to a one day spinning class at Weft Blown's studio, based in Craft Town Scotland.

Each class is one day long and lasts from 10.30-15.30.

For the beginners classes wheels and all materials are supplied, and you get to keep your handspun yarn to take home.

It is best if you can bring your own wheel for the Art Yarn Spinning class so that you are comfortable with it. All fibre for this class is provided as well as other spinning equipment. You will be able to take home all the handspun yarn that you make on the day.

The classes costs £60 per class per person and can be booked directly through Weft Blown's website.

Class dates are held throughout the year, or if you can't make the dates shown then please do get in touch so another date can be arranged.

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.

What's included in the price?

Spinning wheels, spinning equipment, and spinning materials are all provided.
Tea, coffee, and biscuits are free. You can bring your own packed lunch, or buy lunch from local cafés and deli.



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Course Start Dates

Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.


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