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Ply is a magazine primarily for spinners and those who use hand spun yarn. 

SOLD OUT issues, no longer available in print format are: First(1), Silk(4), Twist(5), Worsted(7), The Basics(20), Sock(23)

Goat Issue 36 

Are you in love with spinning but wish you had more control over how the yarn turns out? Do you have trouble spinning a yarn that matches from the beginning of a bobbin to the end? Did you know that it's not just you but also your fiber type, fiber prep, and wheel set-up that makes your yarn more or less consistent? Do you know that consistently inconsistent is still consistent! These and so many more questions are covered in the new issue of PLY. Plus there's spinning cotton, weaving cotton (those curtains, am I right?), natural dyeing, acid dyeing, using tools to help you stay consistent, keeping craft in your busy life, staying steady while spinning woolen and worsted yarns, using music, using blends, adding texture, keeping that texture tidy, the most consistent breeds, and of course, finding your personal style of consistency (which might be consistently inconsistent).There are also great projects that will make you want to break out your spindles, wheels, looms, and needles.  This issue is about making you a better spinner but also celebrating the spinner you are.

Head and Hand Issue 35

A beautiful, informative, and smart issue all about hats and gloves. But more than that, it's a deep dive into spinning and fiber through the lens of things to keep your head and hands warm. Want to spin a warm bulky yarn? A smooth sturdy singles? A slouchy drapey yarn? It's all there. How about a yarn for colorwork? for cables? for luxury? There too. If you're into carding the smoothest color transitions possible, we've got you covered. We've also got your head and hands covered with the most patterns in any issue of PLY!

Consistency 34

Are you in love with spinning but wish you had more control over how the yarn turns out? Do you have trouble spinning a yarn that matches from the beginning of a bobbin to the end? Did you know that it's not just you but also your fiber type, fiber prep, and wheel set-up that makes your yarn more or less consistent? Do you know that consistently inconsistent is still consistent! These and so many more questions are covered in the new issue of PLY. Plus there's spinning cotton, weaving cotton (those curtains, am I right?), natural dyeing, acid dyeing, using tools to help you stay consistent, keeping craft in your busy life, staying steady while spinning woolen and worsted yarns, using music, using blends, adding texture, keeping that texture tidy, the most consistent breeds, and of course, finding your personal style of consistency (which might be consistently inconsistent).There are also great projects that will make you want to break out your spindles, wheels, looms, and needles.  This issue is about making you a better spinner but also celebrating the spinner you are.

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