Designed for complete beginners, this attractive guide offers 30 beautiful projects that teach a repertoire of skills on both the hand spindle and spinning wheel.
Author: Alison Daykin
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company
Needleworkers no longer have to settle for what’s available at the local yarn shop! Alison Daykin and Jane Deane, who have decades of experience spinning, weaving, and dyeing, show how easy it can be to create personalized and gorgeous skeins of one-of-a-kind fibers. Designed for complete beginners, this attractive guide offers 30 beautiful projects that teach a repertoire of skills on both the hand spindle and spinning wheel. It starts with simple, basic combing, twisting, plying, and finishing, then goes on to offer a primer on working with fibers. All the chapters are organized by yarn type, including short wool and down, medium fine wool, long wool and lustre, hill and mountain, rare wool, animal hair, silk, and vegetable fiber.
This book is a delight to the enthusiastic fiber crowd that is growing by leaps and bounds.
Author: Lexi Boeger
Publisher: Quarry Books
This book is a delight to the enthusiastic fiber crowd that is growing by leaps and bounds. It captures all the excitement of experimental, handspun yarns, and includes recipes for handspun yarns, project ideas for knitters and crocheters, tips on how to use one-of-a-kind handspun yarns (whether you spin them or buy them at yarn boutiques), and a gallery of handmade creations. The book also features profiles, anecdotes, essays, and thoughts on fiber arts and the creative process. Contributors range from Alpaca farmers and cutting-edge spinners to well-known knitwear designers.
However, it has shifted the emphasis away from technological notions of
creativity – spinning-jennies, water-frames and steam engines – to more
culturally defined ones, embracing areas such as publishing and printing,
architecture, music, ...
Author: Martina Hessler
Publisher: Campus Verlag
'Creative Urban Milieus' is an interdisciplinary examination of the historical relationship between culture and the economy in such cities as Berlin, New York, Helsinki, London, Venice, and many others.
Lexi Boeger is a spinner, artist, and author. A fine arts graduate of UC Davis and
author of two other books on creative hand-spinning Handspun Revolution,
Pluckyfluff (Self-published, 2004) and intertwined, (Quarry Books, 2007), Boeger
Author: Lexi Boeger
Publisher: Quarry Books
Hand Spun contains a collection of never-before-published spinning techniques along with interesting, creative, hip projects. The essential momentum behind this book is to satisfy fans of the author's first two books in their desire for new materials to learn. As Intertwined becomes more well-known, these handspun styles are flooding the internet craft community. Hand Spun offers fresh, new, and exciting material for these spinners to move on to. Where Handspun Revolution, the author's first book, was the spark that ignited the genre of Art-yarn, and Intertwined is considered the bible of creative spinning, Handspun builds upon the now common knowledge of novelty spinning, digging deeper into the traditional underbelly of spinning, not as a means to teach traditional techniques, but rather as a way of turning very traditional forms inside out: Using time-tested techniques to deliver cutting-edge forms. This book also covers fiber-preparation processes, from scouring raw fleece to several carding techniques.
Introduces the processes of spinning and dying yarn and explains how to match homespun fiber and yarn to knitted projects.
Author: Wendy J. Johnson
Publisher: Creative Publishing International
Yarn Works is a comprehensive guide to the techniques of spinning and dying yarn and includes ten projects knitted with the various types of handspun yarn featured throughout the book.
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Author: Diannah Morgan
Publisher: The Ilex Press Ltd
Final Cut Pro has revolutionized the world of desktop video editing. Now it's set to do the same for title sequences.
Hand spinning is a peaceful, wholesome and creative craft that can bring immense joy and satisfaction to a busy life. This beautiful book explains how to spin unique yarn using natural raw materials such as fleece, flax and silk.
Author: Pam Austin
Publisher: The Crowood Press
Hand spinning is a peaceful, wholesome and creative craft that can bring immense joy and satisfaction to a busy life. This beautiful book explains how to spin unique yarn using natural raw materials such as fleece, flax and silk. It aims to teach, encourage and inspire spinners to extend their skills and uncover the mystique surrounding the long draw, the hallmark skill of accomplishment in hand spinning. It includes over 200 supporting images and clear step-by-step instructions on spinning methods, fibre preparation, colour skills, dyeing, yarn structure, art and yarn design. It will bring inspiration and pleasure to all spinners, regardless of experience or expertise. Gives clear and precise instructions for the long draw, worsted and core-spinning techniques that determine yarn quality and performance; Outlines how to choose and prepare fleece, flax, silk and camelid fibre for hand spinning; Includes proven definite colour skills that will personalize and enhance hand-spun work; Describes dyeing animal and vegetable fibre and yarn, without special materials or equipment, using natural and synthetic dyes; Encourages use of classic yarn structures such as boucle, gimp, coils, and crepe, as design features for unusual visual and textural effect; Individual hand-spun work illustrates the concept of art yarn and the design process; Suggests projects for the mindful spinner, from making a Shetland hap to creating art yarn that has meaning, artistry and purpose. Beautifully illustrated with 204 colour photographs and 12 artworks.
Spin it on the end of your finger. Keep it spinning. Now withdraw your finger and
keep the ball spinning by itself in mid air. As it spins, enlarge it to the size of a
football. Make it bigger still. Now shrink it down and down to the size of a grape.
Author: Steve Bowkett
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Why should children learn to write fluently? What difference will it make to them and the opportunities available to them later on in life? The ability to communicate clearly, accurately and persuasively is a vital life skill. Deficiencies in motivation and thinking skills pervade the challenge of improving children's literacy levels. Get Them Thinking Like Writers! combines practical activities to help children aged 7-11 develop their writing skills, with insights into the attitude that experienced writers apply to their craft. The activities explore different working methods - such as how authors tap into and develop their creativity and how they deal with 'writer's block' - and are supported by strategies for thinking that will develop children's literacy and the way they use language to express their opinions in all subject areas. Steve Bowkett, author, storyteller and education consultant, provides the key concepts and learning benefits of each strategy, along with a series of activities, extension ideas and useful links. Linked resources can be found on the series companion website.
Regaining her arms, she was able to care for her sons and to spin threads used
for clothing. ... Spinning wheels, frequently occurring in folklore, usually
symbolize inner, creative processes shaping a natural product into something
entirely new ...
Author: Julius Ernest Heuscher
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
"The author explores the meaning of folklore and its usefulness in education and psychotherapy. The book aims for deepening the awareness of our ultimate human concerns, the meaning of authenticity, and the urgent need for radical, long-term commitments. Throughout the book there is both the hidden and the overt implication that simply liking, appreciating or agreeing with insightful ideas and suggestions presented by anyone are absolutely worthless, or may even be counterproductive if the readers do not translate into changes and actions the ideas that are most meaninful to them."
Choose a Strategy The probability of spinning a 5 is equal to the probability of
spinning a 7. The probability of spinning a number other than 7 is 75%. The three
numbers on the spinner are consecutive. Jeremy flipped a coin nine times and it
Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing
Includes a variety of interesting and engaging problems based on NCTM content standards. Students will learn to model and solve the same problem in different ways while developing and using their own problem-solving strategies and techniques
Balancing Spinning Plates Spinning a Plate on the Finger . The techniques used
to spin plates can be applied to any flat or disk - shaped object , such as pie tins
or trays . The method is similar to ball spinning . Find yourself a plate , not a ...
Author: Bruce Fife
Publisher: Java Books
Provides step-by-step instructions for all aspects of clowning.
If you have ever wished you could show children and teenagers how to enrich their lives with meditation and visualization, this book will delight you.
Author: Maureen Murdock
Publisher: Shambhala Publications
If you have ever wished you could show children and teenagers how to enrich their lives with meditation and visualization, this book will delight you. It presents simple exercises in guided imagery designed to help young people ages three through eighteen to relax into learning, focus attention and increase concentration, stimulate creativity, and cultivate inner peace and group harmony. The use of guided imagery has been internationally recognized as an effective method of "whole brain" learning. The author's approach will have special appeal to parents and teachers who are frustrated by an educational system that seems to reward only those children who excel at verbal, linear learning. With the exercises in this book, young people can discover learning styles that are effective and enjoyable for them. These techniques of guided imagery offer adults as well as children a unique way to tap the wealth of creativity and wisdom within.
Spin the top as fast as you can. Observe the spinning disk.When the disk spins,
the eye sees some of the colors that make up white light. Which colors do you
observe? Observe the spinning disk in sunlight, fluorescent light, or incandescent
Author: Alfred DeVito
Publisher: Good Year Books
Educational resource for teachers, parents and kids!
Canwe then propose thatthe blended elements of women, work, and wisdom—
and even age or endurance— be reconsidered for our time in new andfresh
lights? Today the art and craft of spinning may be making a resurgence as a
Author: Isabel Anders
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Spiritual wisdom drawn from a woman's world; word paintings expressed in the poetry of mother-daughter dialogue.
Spin and spin in the washing machine, spin and spin, now we're all clean (turn
around several times and then stop and rest)! Repeat the rhyme spinning in the
opposite direction: “Twist and twist in the drying ... 78. Creative Dance for All
Author: Anne Green Gilbert
Publisher: Human Kinetics
Creative Dance for All Ages, Second Edition, has had a long history of providing a dance curriculum to teachers and students preparing to teach creative dance. Author Anne Gilbert demystifies expectations when teaching creative dance and provides the theory, methods, and lesson ideas for success in a variety of settings and with students of all ages. This one-stop resource offers dance teachers everything they need, including a sequential curriculum, lesson plans, instructional strategies, assessment, and other forms. It’s like having a seasoned dance teacher at your side offering inspiration and guidance all year long. Internationally recognized master teacher and author Anne Gilbert Green presents creative dance for everyone and tips on meeting the challenges of teaching it. She offers a complete package for teaching creative dance that includes the theory, methodology, and lesson plans for various age groups that can be used in a variety of settings. Gilbert also offers an entire dance curriculum for sequential teaching and learning. The second edition of her classic text has been revised, reorganized, and updated to meet all the needs of dance teachers. The second edition of Creative Dance for All Ages includes these new features: • An easy-to-navigate format helps you quickly access the material and find lesson planning and assessment tools. • Content reflects changes in the field of dance education to put you on the cutting edge. • Forty age-appropriate and brain-compatible lesson plans are accessible through the web resource, which save prep time and help ensure compliance with the latest standards. • Five downloadable video clips demonstrate the lesson plans and teaching strategies and how to put them to work in the classroom. • Suggestions for modifying lessons help you include students of all abilities. • Eight assessment forms and curriculum planning templates are adaptable to your needs. If you’re a novice teacher, the book also contains these features to ensure effective instruction: • The same conceptual approach to teaching dance was used in the first edition. • A sequential dance curriculum helps you systematically cover a 10-week quarter or 16-week semester. • Class management tips put you in control from the first day. Creative Dance for All Ages, Second Edition, is an unparalleled resource for dance educators who are looking for a conceptual creative dance curriculum that will support teaching to learners of all ages. Whether in a studio, company, recreational, or educational setting, you will discover a comprehensive and well-rounded approach to teaching dance, emphasizing the how as much as the why.
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spinning . Ahmedabad : Textile Association , 1975 . 130p . 1367 . All India
Spinners Association , Andhra . Andhra fine spinning and kalamkari .
Masulipatam : A ...
Author: Donald Clay Johnson
This comprehensive work focuses on literature relating to the textile traditions of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Indexes by author, museum, geographic location, and subject allow immediate access to relevant sources. This comprehensive work focuses on literature relating to the textile traditions of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Indexes by author, museum, geographic location, and subject allow immediate access to relevant sources.
spin . It keeps the arms from flying out , creating a loss of control . The fourth and
final position is tight with a rigid body line . ... In other words , it teaches a person
who is accustomed to spinning on the left foot how to spin backward on the right ...
Author: Frances Dorsey
Informative guide to setting and achieving personal goals in ice skating technique, includes beginner and intermediate instruction in ice dancing, and freestyle and pair skating
... of retaining creative and entrepreneurial talent—yet perhaps oddly in this
environment of entrepreneurial encouragement, because Thermo management
were unwilling to give up full control (by spinning out companies rather than
Author: Richard Foster
Turning conventional wisdom on its head, a Senior Partner and an Innovation Specialist from McKinsey & Company debunk the myth that high-octane, built-to-last companies can continue to excel year after year and reveal the dynamic strategies of discontinuity and creative destruction these corporations must adopt in order to maintain excellence and remain competitive. In striking contrast to such bibles of business literature as In Search of Excellence and Built to Last, Richard N. Foster and Sarah Kaplan draw on research they conducted at McKinsey & Company of more than one thousand corporations in fifteen industries over a thirty-six-year period. The industries they examined included old-economy industries such as pulp and paper and chemicals, and new-economy industries like semiconductors and software. Using this enormous fact base, Foster and Kaplan show that even the best-run and most widely admired companies included in their sample are unable to sustain their market-beating levels of performance for more than ten to fifteen years. Foster and Kaplan's long-term studies of corporate birth, survival, and death in America show that the corporate equivalent of El Dorado, the golden company that continually outperforms the market, has never existed. It is a myth. Corporations operate with management philosophies based on the assumption of continuity; as a result, in the long term, they cannot change or create value at the pace and scale of the markets. Their control processes, the very processes that enable them to survive over the long haul, deaden them to the vital and constant need for change. Proposing a radical new business paradigm, Foster and Kaplan argue that redesigning the corporation to change at the pace and scale of the capital markets rather than merely operate well will require more than simple adjustments. They explain how companies like Johnson and Johnson , Enron, Corning, and GE are overcoming cultural "lock-in" by transforming rather than incrementally improving their companies. They are doing this by creating new businesses, selling off or closing down businesses or divisions whose growth is slowing down, as well as abandoning outdated, ingrown structures and rules and adopting new decision-making processes, control systems, and mental models. Corporations, they argue, must learn to be as dynamic and responsive as the market itself if they are to sustain superior returns and thrive over the long term. In a book that is sure to shake the business world to its foundations, Creative Destruction, like Re-Engineering the Corporation before it, offers a new paradigm that will change the way we think about business.
Spinning. Tales. By now the children have gained a sense of the structure of the
classical tales and the different characters, motifs, and settings. Moreover, they
have been sufficiently exposed to literature, television, and films so that the ...
Author: Jack Zipes
Publisher: Psychology Press
Describes classroom storytelling and outlines the process for teachers to follow, and includes variations of fairy tales
The beings resident in Summerland are said to be self-absorbed yet creative,
spinning worlds out of pictures, fantasies, and desires. 352 The astral plane is
often described by mystics as consisting of seven major layers or planes with ...
Author: Richard Leviton
Santa Fe, the City Different, has deeply excited visitors for over a hundred years with its crystal blue skies, Blood of Christ Mountains, pure dry air, old adobe charm, and beautiful light. But this high-desert State capital and artists haven may also be a Land of Lighta premier landscape of multiple sacred sites and heightened spiritual charge. People love this place, they say, for its uplifting, spiritually leavening effect, for how it starts a process of transformation, healing, deep change, and self-reinvention. People revere this place as an axis of creativity, a hotbed of innovation, and a paramount center for recreating culture and spirituality\ capable of inspiring the world. Santa Fe Light explains why. An able travel guide, it takes you to 111 different locations and their Light temples in and around Santa Fe, numinous places usually only encountered in myths or dreams. And it proposes that the observed social qualities of Santa Fe, its livability, might be due to this fabulous visionary geography alluringly just beyond the veil of our ordinary perception.