Please make note of Amelia's email address if you sign up for this class so your computer won't throw her emails into spam. ameliagarripoli at gmail.com You will be getting several informative emails from her.
Join Amelia Garripoli for a 2 hour beginning spinning lesson with 9 other students on Zoom. There will be time for questions.
Whether you are new to spinning or new to E-spinning, this is the class for you.
Get started on the right foot as a new spinner. Come away understanding how to control your fiber and your spinner. Make it easy on yourself!
You will learn how to make the most of your miniSpinner's adjustments, so that you can make the yarn you WANT, not just settle for the yarn you get.
If you've been wheel spinning, learn how to harness the skills you have in context of "power" spinning.
Even if you've been E-spinning for a while, this could be the refresher you need to take your spinning to a whole new level!
Demand for these classes has been amazing...so if you are interested be sure to "buy" right away!
About Amelia: Amelia Garripoli has taught spinning for more than 10 years and is the author of our Power Spinning book. She has taught small local classes for us, as well as regularly taught power spinning at Madrona Fiber Arts Retreat for years. She has blogged, written other spinning books and many articles for Spin-Off and Ply about spinning. You can read more about her at Ask the Bellwether.
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Refunds will only be given within 7 days of purchasing the class.
No one wants to have to cancel just prior to a class, and if they do it is because of a change in personal circumstances, illness, or something far more serious. We understand the serious nature of cancellations, but HansenCrafts cannot bear the sole risk for the circumstances that cause you to cancel. We all take risks when we buy tickets ahead.
5/5 Written by NW
I just finished my Beginning Spinning class with Amelia. OMG! THank yo so. Much for making these available in this format! I bought my spinner at Madrona in 2013, played with it enough to spin something I wasn’t ashamed to knit with, but at that time, couldn’t find anyplace to take classes. I live halfway between Phoenix and San Diego, the yarn shops that taught spinning frowned on e-spinners. Not so much anymore. But, there is something to be said for taking a class from someone who is using the same spinner as you. Amelia was an engaging , patient, very good teacher. She did an excellent job and I will be taking more classes that you offer. Can you tell me what kind of wood my spinner is crafted from? The number on the bottom is 1670S. It doesn’t look like any on your site. I want to get a lazy Kate to go with it very soon, but I am not sure what type of wood it is. I can send a photo if that would help. Seems like it was mesquite wood? Again, thank you so much for making these available online!