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'''Worsting''' is a [[spinning]] technique that tucks in any loose ends of the [[fibre]]s as they are being spun into [[thread]]. It basically consists of running your fingers over the newly-spun thread as it's still being spun - the soft, "endy bits" thus tucking into the thread neatly.
 
'''Worsting''' is a [[spinning]] technique that tucks in any loose ends of the [[fibre]]s as they are being spun into [[thread]]. It basically consists of running your fingers over the newly-spun thread as it's still being spun - the soft, "endy bits" thus tucking into the thread neatly.
  
 
[[Category:Fibre Arts]]
 
[[Category:Fibre Arts]]

Revision as of 03:25, 10 November 2007

chiractado Worsting is a spinning technique that tucks in any loose ends of the fibres as they are being spun into thread. It basically consists of running your fingers over the newly-spun thread as it's still being spun - the soft, "endy bits" thus tucking into the thread neatly.