Susan Krieger Wool Processing and Textile Design

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For many years Susan Krieger has worked freelance producing carpets using manual screen-printing. She is also interested in old artisan techniques, a curiosity that brought her to spinning and to learning the entire production process from raw wool to yarn.
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A 2-day workshop ‘From raw wool to yarn’ is hosted on set dates, but individual appointments are also possible on request.

‘From raw wool to yarn’ – Rediscovering old textile handicraft.

Participants in the workshops handle raw wool from local sheep and alpacas, fresh from the animal all the way to knit-ready yarn for personal use. The workshops take place across two days (4 hours each) and cover the following stages in wool processing:
  • wool/breed, understanding typical characteristics
  • first cleaning of the raw wool by hand, sorting and arranging
  • washing, cleaning and drying the wool
  • carding and combing the cleaned wool, producing combed tops and fleece
  • spinning and plying using a manual spindle and a spinning wheel

The course takes place with a maximum of five participants and starting from at least three registrations, though of course exceptions can be made.
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For many years Susan Krieger has worked freelance producing carpets using manual screen-printing. She is also interested in old artisan techniques, a curiosity that brought her to spinning and to learning the entire production process from raw wool to yarn.
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A 2-day workshop ‘From raw wool to yarn’ is hosted on set dates, but individual appointments are also possible on request.

‘From raw wool to yarn’ – Rediscovering old textile handicraft.

Participants in the workshops handle raw wool from local sheep and alpacas, fresh from the animal all the way to knit-ready yarn for personal use. The workshops take place across two days (4 hours each) and cover the following stages in wool processing:
  • wool/breed, understanding typical characteristics
  • first cleaning of the raw wool by hand, sorting and arranging
  • washing, cleaning and drying the wool
  • carding and combing the cleaned wool, producing combed tops and fleece
  • spinning and plying using a manual spindle and a spinning wheel

The course takes place with a maximum of five participants and starting from at least three registrations, though of course exceptions can be made.
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Kietz 3

16248 Lunow-Stolzenhagen

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    17 31
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    18 31

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WITO Barnim GmbH

Alfred-Nobel-Str. 1
16225 Eberswalde

Tel.: +49 (0) 3334-59100
Fax: +49 (0) 3334-59222

Weather Today, 12. 8.

15 30
Clear throughout the day.

  • Saturday
    17 31
  • Sunday
    18 31

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