You don't have to spend a large amount of money on fibre processing, many tools and equipment can be homemade, sourced pre owned and even repurposed to achieve the same results. I encourage you to research each item listed to see how others have come up with variations using what they have on hand or using materials that are inexpensive. While some repurposed ‘tools’ may not be efficient for processing larger volumes of fibre, this guide will easily get you started in learning what works best for you before making a large purchase on something different. What works for me may not work for you so I have tried to keep this focused on options and what the end results are that you need to achieve.
My intention is to point you in the right direction while learning what will work best for you, your fibre and budget. I share with you 7 printable pages of my process for turning raw fleece from my sheep into lovely primitive / handspun yarns.
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