- Hardcover: 61 pages
- Publisher: Pluckyfluff; First Edition edition (April 2005)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0976725207
- ISBN-13: 978-0976725206
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 9 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,682,797 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Handspun Revolution Hardcover – April, 2005
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About the Author
Author Lexi Boeger is the founder of Pluckyfluff.com, an internet based forum for unusual handspun yarns and fiber art. She is the innovator of highly origional new techniques in handspinning and is carving a place for handspun yarn in the realm of pop-culture.
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First off, the book is about the size of a trade paperback and only has 63 pages. Do NOT expect a big book for your money here.
Now, to the 'good stuff' There are great techniques and inspiration in the book, so it is definitely worth having, but I would not suggest paying full price for it, unless you've got the money to be throwing around.
It sells for regular retail there for [...]or, one price i saw, was 130.00.IT is out of print but there are still some in stock.how many there are i dont know so i woulnt wait too long.If there werent any left i would think of paying more for it but thats because i love her style and the way she teaches so for me its more of a collection.I do think if you spin handspun yarns you should own her 2 books.Even after you learn technique you will go back just to flip thru and look at the pieces in the book.Another one i would suggest which isnt one of these books is 'color in spinning".that will help you make the awesome yarns that lexi teaches you to produce.Handspun Revolution and Intertwined are a must own for and fiber artist.i couldnt even imagine spinning without having at least seen what other styles are out there.Lexi teaches us that fiber doesnt have to follow any "rules"that you can spin tin cans if you want.The only thing stoppping you from breaking the box is the confines of your imagination.Make sure you learn the basics of spinnig first.You can't break the box if you dont know where it is.