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Issue: 252 - Winter 2014
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252back.jpgSpinners will find tips from Klara Decker on how to spin the yarn they want for their project; Ann Fisher Rhodes shares how she did exactly that, then dyed and wove her yarns into a truly handcrafted silk corset.

Dyer Fiona Sanderson shares her very personal experience of sandalwood washed ashore from Orcadian shipwrecks.

Are you wondering how to teach young people to dye, spin or weave - particularly in school? Jane Deane shares simple, effective and safe ideas to inspire them and their teachers. Carol James explains Canadian fingerweaving and how to get started with a simple project.

Follow along with Dianne Hewitt as she tries out Maori flax weaving in New Zealand. Closer to home, Lorna Lindfield interviews Rachel Powell about her creative projects involving visitors to Ormsby Hall.

Find out about some recent Guild activities plus recent exhibitions and new books that provide a creative spark.

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Table of Contents for Issue 252

Articles

Shipwreck Dyes Sanderson, Fiona Page:8
Project-oriented Spinning Decker, Klara Page:11
Silk Corset 
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Fisher Rhodes, Ann Page:14
What is Fingerweaving James, Carol Page:18
Spreading the Word Deane, Jane Page:22
Art, Colour and Memory Lindfield, Lorna Page:24
Flax Weaving in New Zealand Hewitt, Diane Page:27