How Wool Is Processed to Make Yarn | The BHooked Podcast Episode 62

Have you ever wondered how wool is processed to make yarn?

You’re not alone! The process of turning wool into yarn is pretty incredible and it’s even something you can do yourself! This month marks the beginning of yarn appreciation and what better way to appreciate yarn than to follow the process of cleaning, spinning and dying? I have just the perfect person to share this journey with you.

Today’s Guest

I’m joined by, Bren, creative entrepreneur behind, Snerb Yarn. If you have seen her photos on Instagram, no doubt one word comes to mind – talented! Bren taught me so much and I can’t wait for you to hear from her!

You’ll Learn

  • Why Bren started making her own yarn.
  • Where to buy fleece and how to organize a scrapbook to keep track of your findings.
  • How to turn fleece into yarn.
  • Fundamentals of spinning wool.
  • The basics of dying yarn.
  • How you can try spinning or dying yarn without investing a lot of money into it.

Now if you haven’t done so already, click on that play button at the top of the page to hear from Bren!

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Links & Resources

Find Bren on Instagram @snerbyarn


Summer Ripple Afghan Mini Crochet Along!

To join me in making the gorgeous Summer Ripple Afghan by Yarnspirations, start here.

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