This is a great opportunity for those with a little bit of knitting experience to enhance their skills. You’ll learn more about working with yarn, garment care and cool techniques like felting and spinning.
In this project, you’ll:
- Gain experience working with a large variety of wools
- Learn about the many different sources of wool and their uses
- Practice techniques in spinning, dying and felting
- Learn how to create and follow a vision for your wool item
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Did you know?
Socks and stockings were the first items to be knit. Learn more about this crafting practice through this 4-H project!