Mohair is one of the most intriguing and confusing fibers on the market. The fiber comes in many grades and forms; has body and luster; plus, charisma and cautions. This class is designed to help the spinner understand which grade of mohair, and which style of spinning is suitable for the desirable project, and what techniques are truly helpful. Starting with dirty mohair learn how to wash and dye the fibers before spinning.
Class Limit: 12 Class Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Participants Should Bring: A good working wheel, large orifice helpful, Lazy Kate and extra bobbins; Handcards or carding board; Hand combs; Small towel; Rubber gloves, small plastic tub, apron, and appropriate clothing for dyeing; Hole punch, scissors, small baggies, pen and paper; Other tools, oil, etc. for your wheels.
Material Fee: $15.00 All fibers, worksheets, dyes and other incidentals, related class booklet.