Friday, October 17, 2014
9:00 - 4:00
Instructor: Beth Smith
Class Fee: $212.00
Material Fee: $0.00
Maximum Class Size: 20
14 Seats Available
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Better than hot dogs, baseball and apple pie. Fleece! Grown right here in the USA. As spinners we often think of Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand as the source of all things wooly. This class will look at breeds that were developed in the United States. That's right, our very own American Pie Sheep. No, not sheep pie....just American grown fleece and you get to play with them!! These breeds range from next to skin soft all the way to best used only for carpets. All of them are fun to spin and all are extremely interesting to explore the history of what we have right here in the US.
Students should be able to spin a consistent thread.
Bring a wheel in good working order or a spindle.