A New Spin On Color

A New Spin On Color - 20+ Ways to Approach Spinning Painted Top For Different Color Outcomes
20+ Ways to approach spinning painted top for different color outcomes in your handspun yarns.

Print Book
(includes a digital copy)
$38 + S&H

Coming Soon – July 2017
(Pre-order available here!)

(ePub or PDF format)
Coming Soon – July 2017
(Pre-order available here!)

 The first book of its kind to show a single painted top spun up in 20+ different combinations.

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Have you ever tried spinning painted top or rovings only to be disappointed with the color outcomes in your yarns or finished projects?

Alanna Wilcox will clearly and artfully walk you through understanding color theory making it less intimidating for both novice and expert spinners alike.

Never before has a book presented the same dyed top worked up into 20+ different approaches accompanied by easy to follow directions so you can see how the techniques look in both a skein and a knitted swatch. Plus there are photos of finished products accompanying the techniques to make envisioning the spinning application even easier.

After reading this book you will be inspired to delve into your stash with a new eye and excitement for color in your spinning.

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“It’s a lovely book from an experienced spinner and teacher. We are offering a 10% discount on fiber to anyone who purchases her book either in print or pdf download (good until August 15, 2017). She has the discount code info and will give it to you when you buy the book which I highly recommend!”

– Blue Moon Fiber Arts blog

“What a TERRIFIC job you did with this book! Beyond belief!!! This color work needs to be put on every spinner’s plate. With all the fantastic Indie dyers out there now you have addressed a topic that should and now has been addressed! And very well done!”

– D. Santolla, Rochester, NY

“Your book is not only beautiful but full of information I was hoping to see to complete the knowledge you gave us during the workshop.”
– Linda P.

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