snàth handspun yarns and handknits

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Snàth handspun yarns for sale, and handspinning workshops

Snàth handspun yarns and handknits are currently available for sale at the Made in Islay and Jura Arts & Crafts Markets, held in Bruichladdich Village Hall on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the spring, summer and autumn months.  It is usually Thursdays that I attend the Markets, and I spend the days there spinning yarns and meeting customers and friends old and new.

Snàth handspinning and fibre workshops are available to book. These workshops will be suitable for nearly everyone, from complete beginners having their first experience of spinning with spindle and wheel, to those who have already learned to make handspun yarn and would like to develop their skills.  Children from age 8 are welcome to take part, as long as they’re with a responsible adult who is also participating in a workshop.  There will be a maximum of 4 people per session, so that everyone will receive  individual tuition.  Spinning and hand-carding equipment will be made available for use, and wools and other fibres will be provided, all included in the workshop fee of £35. for a half day session.

Please contact me by email at snath DOT handspun AT gmail DOT com to book a place on a handspinning workshop.

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This entry was posted on January 3, 2018 by .

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To enquire about purchase of handspun yarns or to book a handspinning or fibre workshop, please use the contact form or email snath.handspun@gmail.com
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