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January 18, 2012


Melissa McFail

My favorite book for 2011 is The Fleece & Fiber Sourcebook. I learned so much about fiber from it! I was also glad to get the new Jacey Boggs book SPin Art as a Christmas gift.


My favorite book for 2011 was the Fleece and Fiber Sourcebook. It was very interesting. Hand Spun looks like a very cool book.


For 2011 it had to be "Knit Your Own Dog" I have done three dogs to date and each take on their own personality. Would love this spinning book!! Hint, hint, wink, wink! Happy New Year to All!

Fran Bott

The book that I really want to get my hands on is The Fleece & Fiber Sourcebook. I have hear so many great things about it and really would love to get my hands on a copy of it.


I don't own any spinning books yet, so I go to my Spin Off magazines for inspiration. I would love to have a book! It's fun just reading other's favorite books so I know where to start looking!

Robyn Josephs

my fav book was Spin Art by Jacey Boggs


Alden Amos Big Book of Handspinning -- I've been wanting this book a long, long time and finally bought it.

Carol L

Being new to spinning I purchased the "The Fleece & Fiber Sourcebook". What a wonderful informative book. I've learned so very much. I also purchased "Spin control" which has been inspiring me toward my ever increasing abilities in spinning.


Despite going to art school for Fiber Design, I'm really stuck on paper. My go to book right now is Rubber Stamping Artist Trading Cards (Tweedy Jill) and any of the Somerset Studio publications I have around. They always have inspiration for me. And you have the best books here, always interesting to see what you find for us!

Loraine Lee

My favorite book was Handspun Revolution - got me to try new techniques and it really impressed my mother with the yarn I was able to create.

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