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Ginger & Jane are Ewephoric Fibers
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Ginger Clark has been a fiberholic since learning to spin some 30 years ago. She had a farm where she raised wool sheep and dairy goats as well as angora rabbits and angora goats. She used the fibers from the farm to spin yarns -- about a pound a day of worsted -- for use in knitting, crocheting, and weaving. Ginger loves to spin soft, luxurious fibers that make her smile as they slide through her fingers. She wants to share these amazing fibers with other spinners. Her 30 years of experience knitting, crocheting, and weaving with handspun lends an unusual level of expertise that guides the selection and blending of fibers for that amazing tactile experience of spinning, knitting, and weaving with your own handspun yarn!

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  • Joined October 22, 2010

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alpaca, shetland, targee, finn, wensleydale, gotland, roving, batts, dye

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About

Ginger & Jane are Ewephoric Fibers
Keep up with us at http://ewephoricfibers.com.

Ginger Clark has been a fiberholic since learning to spin some 30 years ago. She had a farm where she raised wool sheep and dairy goats as well as angora rabbits and angora goats. She used the fibers from the farm to spin yarns -- about a pound a day of worsted -- for use in knitting, crocheting, and weaving. Ginger loves to spin soft, luxurious fibers that make her smile as they slide through her fingers. She wants to share these amazing fibers with other spinners. Her 30 years of experience knitting, crocheting, and weaving with handspun lends an unusual level of expertise that guides the selection and blending of fibers for that amazing tactile experience of spinning, knitting, and weaving with your own handspun yarn!

Jane Dominguez got into spinning in a serious way a few years back when, tired of working with a homemade drop spindle, she went to a Knit in Public Day with the intention of asking around after a used spinning wheel. The following weekend she met up with a like-minded group in a bookstore parking lot, bought a cranky old Louet S-10, and got an impromptu spinning lesson from Ginger. (Thanks, Ginger!) She either knits or bites her nails. So most of the time she’s knitting. Except when she’s spinning. Or cooking. Or crocheting. She’s picky enough that she can never seem to work a pattern as written and prefers to wing it with her own designs.

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