Tag Archives: Fractal Spinning

One Fractal Down, on to the Next

When I started the Apples fractal project, I chose to make the yarn end up as a two-ply lace weight yarn. I have a lot of knitting patterns for lace weight yarn, and merino fiber is a really lovely fiber … Continue reading

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Apples Fractal is Half Done!

Moving has certainly put a big dent in my spinning practice. It’s only the last couple of weeks that I’m anything like “normal” in that regard. At any rate, I’ve finally finished the first half of the Apples fractal spinning … Continue reading

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Time for Fractals Again

For my next spinning project, I am going to spin a braid using fractal spinning. Briefly, this means I’m spinning and plying the yarn to get specific color changes that look lovely when you knit it up. This time I’m … Continue reading

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More Fractal Spinning

Since late December I’ve been doing another fractal spinning project. This is a technique where you take a braid with multiple colors and split it up into fat and thin chunks. You spin then ply in a specific way so … Continue reading

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Fractals and Falklands

These are my two current favorite things. The fractal-spun fiber From Sweet Georgia yarn (SGY) came out gorgeous as yarn. I never, never would have guessed you could get that effect so easily. I’ve added that kind of multi-colored braid … Continue reading

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A New, Fun Challenge!

It’s so much fun to have a new challenge! With a science-y name, to boot! A while back, I signed up for Sweet Georgia Yarn’s Fibre Club, where for each of three months they send you fiber to spin. Special … Continue reading

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