Wolf Tales/Wolf Yarn - Part 3



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Turn Wolf Fur into Yarn - Spinning
Jerilyn Monroe demonstrates how she turns Wolfdog shed fur into yarn
Part 3 in a series of four

Completed 'rolag'


Completed roll or 'rolag' ready to spin.

See Part 2 for process.

Step 6


Step #6

To start spinning, attach fuzz to existing 'starter' piece of yarn.

Step 7


Step #7

Spin drop spindle 'clockwise' and pull fuzz, pinch off and allow spinning of spindle to twist fuzz. Pull out more fuzz and repeat.

Viola! You now have yarn!

Step 8


Step #8

Remove yarn from spindle (I use twist ties to hold ends of yarn and bundle together).

Soak yarn in warm soapy water for 10 min. (at least). Wash yarn first by hand if needed.

Step 9


Step #9

Rinse and pat dry yarn. Hang it with a weight until dry.



If you'd like to know more about spinning fur, e-mail Jeri Monroe ( zebra_13@pacbell.net ) with 'Yarn' as subject.



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