Spinning Wheels, Fibers & Carding

 Spinning Wheels

Spinning Fibers

Spinning Accessories

Fiber Preparation

ashford traditional spinning wheel
Ashford Spinning Wheels
bluefaced leicester wool top for spinning
Undyed Wool
 ashford niddy noddy for skeining handspun yarn
Ashford Accessories
ashford drum carder
Ashford Drum Carders
kromski symphony spinning wheel
Kromski Spinning Wheels
merino wool top for spinning and felting
Merino Wool Top
  kromski spinning wheel bobbins
Kromski Accessories
louet roving carder
Louet Drum Carders
louet S10 spinning wheel
Louet Spinning Wheels
multi color merino wool top fiber
Multicolor Wool Tops
louet spinning wheel bobbin
Louet Accessories
strauch finest drum carder
Strauch Drum Carders
majacraft rose spinning wheel
Majacraft Spinning Wheels
bamboo top for spinning
majacraft lazy kate
Majacraft Accessories
john day wool hand carders
Hand Carders
schacht ladybug spinning wheel
Schacht Spinning Wheels
merino-silk roving
Merino-Silk Blends
schacht spinning wheel bobbin
Schacht Accessories
ashford blending board for making rolags
Blending Boards
schacht-reeves spinning wheel
angelina mylar fiber for spinning
Silks, Nylon & Angelina
spinning wheel belt
Other Spinning Accessories
louet mini wool combs for preparing fiber for spinning

turkish drop spindle

Drop Spindles

Kromski Spinning Wheel Videos

Spinning FAQ

spinning book
Spinning Books

Spinning Tips

 instructional spinning dvds
Spinning DVDs


Drum Carder Instructions

Spinning Links

jacquard acid dyes for wool fibers
Jacquard Wool Dyes


Choosing the Perfect Fiber for Spinning

Are you new to spinning? Whether you are spinning on a spinning wheel or drop spindle, a beginning spinner needs a fiber that is easy to draft and spin. We recommend our Corriedale Cross Wool Top for the budget minded spinner and our Carded Corriedale Sliver or the hand dyed Potluck Roving if you are looking for more color.

If you have spun before and are looking for soft fibers that are perfect for scarves or if you are a felter looking for fast felting fibers, then try our Merino wool top. It is available in over 36 solid colors and also a in a multi color variation. No matter which one you choose, you will be rewarded with incredible softness.

Looking for a treat? Lux it up even more when you spin our buttery soft Merino-Silk blends from Ashland Bay. These fine fibers are ideal for spinning fingering or lace weight yarns that make beautiful shawls, scarves and more. Or how about a silky camel down? Ever so fluffy angora? You just need a little bit to blend with another fine wool to get a "halo".

Who can resist silk? You have not spun it yet? Start out easy with our bleached tussah silk top. It can be spun by itself or plied or blended with any other fine fiber such as merino or BFL. Or go all out with the superfine Cultivated Silk top. The silk worms that produce these fine fibers are fed only Mulberry leaves, resulting in a whiter and finer silk than the tussah silk.

Go Natural! Want to avoid unnecessary chemicals? Our natural wool tops are free of dyes and are ready to spin, just like all of our our spinning fibers. Take your pick of fine and fluffy Shetland wool top in four colors, rare Welsh Mountain top or Blueface Leicester (BFL).