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The Big Book of Fibery Rainbows: Creating and Working with Multi Colored Fibers and Palettes Paperback – November 9, 2016
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Paperback, November 9, 2016
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About the Author
Suzy Brown, aka Woolwench, co-creator of Fiberygoodness.com, brings her background in adult and distance education to her passion for all things fiber. As 'WoolWench', Suzy has years of experience spinning yarns and teaching workshops. She has created courses for FiberyGoodness and others, including the Online Spinners and Weavers Guild and the New Zealand National Guild "Creative Fibre' (upcoming 2017). Suzy's work is curiosity driven, focussed on the 'art' of 'craft' and deeply rooted in experimentation and exploration. Arlene Thayer, aka SpinArtiste, is a talented and creative spinner, making 'out of the box' yarns with her own unique approach to spinning that gets the best out of everything she has on hand. Arlene has made huge contributions to the fiber artist community with her Spin Artiste online blog and as co-creator of Fiberygoodness.com, Arlene has been instrumental in the development of creativity courses for fiber artists, and in supporting the growth and development of others in this field.
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There aren't many spinning fiber preparation books out there, but this one is certainly worth adding to your library. It is very comprehensive, including lots of different techniques. The photos are pretty and inspiring. I'd say the book is especially good for beginners, as a general reference book or those needing a refresh of skills. Serious experts might not find any advanced content here.