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How to Russian Join Yarn Ends

What is a Russian join? A Russian join is a very effective way to join 2 yarn ends without using a knot. It works well on any type of plied yarn, especially when the yarn doesn’t felt, such as for cotton, linen or superwash wool yarns. It can be used for knitting and crochet. […]

Rug Yarns

craft and rug yarns, wool, cotton for weaving both warp and weft.. […]

Mohair Yarns

Angora goat producers and sources for both mohair spinning fibre and yarns – […]

Alpaca and Llama Fibre and Yarn

Alpaca and Llama Breeders, suppliers and shops of handspinning fibres, wools, fleeces and weaving yarns […]

Alpacas and Their Fibre

Alpacas, fiber and yarn for pets, spinning and weaving […]

Tables of Metric Conversions and Yarn Measurements

Tex, lea, yarn conversions, and standard sizes of linen and cotton yarns used in weaving.. […]

Sheep's Wool Fleece and Yarns

Sheep breeders and suppliers of fleece, tops and yarns for the weaver, spinner, knitter or crafter […]

Flax and Linen

Tow flax, linen, ramie weaving yarns for warp and weft and spinning bast fibres and blends. […]

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