Yarnmaker magazine is a UK magazine for hand spinners.
Each issue has over 40 pages and around 20 articles on topics ranging from sheep breeding to patterns for knitting your handspun, reviews of wheels, spindles and other equipment, history and techniques, letters, competitions, news and events.
It has come out every two months. The current issue (number 28) is unfortunately the final issue and is available below. I also have most back issues in stock.
The current issue (number 28) includes:
- A Scotch Mule Shawl The Scotch Mule Sheep, Fiona Curtis
- Jean's Glove Pattern, Jean Cooper
- Spin and Knit for Jean's Gloves and Other Patterns, Carol Leonard
- The Spinning Wheels Made by Col. James E Innes, MBE, Lynn Gray Ross
- Introducing Natural Dye Extracts, Debbie Tomkies
- Woad: if at First You Don't Succeed, Try, Try Again, Patricia Dyson
- Spindle Exhibition: celebrating the work of Betty Spence, Ellena Kirk
- Spinning with Reflective Yarn, Elizabeth Lovick
- Dog Walking Hat and Mitts, Elizabeth Lovick
- Dyeing as a By-Product or Making Use of What You Have, Patricia Dyson
- Easy to Spin: Spiral Yarn, Ruth Robinson
- The Wheels Return to Stanton Guildhouse, Chris Seers
- The Gressenhall Spinning Book: part 2, Rose Sheen
- Majacraft Aura Spinning Wheel Review, Ruth Robinson
- And much more...
NB I do charge P&P but that pays for a strong 'do not bend' board-backed envelope so that your Yarnmaker arrives in perfect condition. Back-issues are now reduced and post-free
Yarnmaker magazine issue 28
Yarnmaker magazine is a UK-based magazine for spinners. Each issue is packed with articles on all aspects of spinning such as wheels, spindles and other equipment, art yarn, dyeing, sheep breeding, patterns, as well as letters, directories of guilds and businesses, news and events.
This issue is now out of stock
plus postage NB - UK only.
Please note that this shop is now in holiday mode
Yarnmaker magazine, backnumbers / back issues
Yarnmaker magazine is a UK-based magazine for spinners.
I have Yarnmaker backnumbers in stock, post-free and now reduced to £3.95