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Hugo Simberg

Collection by Päivi Auranen

Päivi Auranen
Good mental refresher, and great to have the simple equation right in front of you. Geek Grrl Crafts: How to Determine How Much Fiber to Spin for Your Project Spinning Wool, Hand Spinning, Spinning Wheels, Loom Weaving, Tapestry Weaving, Yarn Thread, Bead Loom Patterns, Yarn Projects, Loom Knitting

How to Determine How Much Fiber to Spin for Your Project

(I suggest reading the previous article, "3 Tools to Make Your Spinning Better", before reading this one.....) I've often heard spinners ask the question: how much fiber do I need to make X item? And the answer to that question is done by determining the GRIST of your completed yarn. Grist is essentially, the mass of your fiber times the length of said fiber. Grist = Length per Weight = L / W In order to determine how much fiber you need for a given project, you need to create a finished…

Köynnöksenkantaja, or Kransbärare, by Hugo Simberg (Finnish, Oil on canvas. Garland bearer study for a fresco in the Cathedral of Tampere done in 1906 Henri Rousseau, Henri Matisse, Close Up Art, August Sander, Different Kinds Of Art, Digital Museum, Black Sails, Marc Riboud, Antony Gormley

febbraio 2011 – I AM A CHILD

7 articoli pubblicati da CantervilleGhost durante February 2011