I have decided

That I like predrafting my spinning fibre.


That is all.


  1. eh, i’ll predraft a little bit if the top is super compact, but overall i’m anti-predrafting. too lazy and in my opinion, not all it’s cracked up to be.

  2. 🙂 I tend to do the same… most of the time.

  3. I like predrafting too. I will do it 75% of the time with my spinning fiber.

  4. I do to, it takes me almost as long to pre-draft my fiber as it does for me to spin it. But it’s so worth it for me and my self-taught beginner spinner self. Maybe some day I won’t need to, but for now any excuse to play with fiber suits me fine.

  5. Yep, I do it too. No shame in that.

  6. I’m also a predrafter. Whoo!

  7. That looks so so soft….

  8. I’m just learning to spindle, and since the drafting is what is confusing me most, I’m going to pre-draft, too.

  9. Not being much of a spinner yet, I did some pre-drafting (Louet Northern Lights) and knitted mittens from the roving, then felted them. It was fun to see the colours get more blendy with the predrafting.

  10. I’m a beginning spindler, and pre-drafting is the only way I know how to work, so far. I’m afraid to try it without! And I like playing with it.

  11. I’m learning to spin with a drop spindle currently, so pre-drafting makes it much easier for me to concentrate on what the spindle is doing.

    That color blue is so beautiful.

  12. Nice blue! I pre-draft sometimes, but it depends on what fibre I’m using and what yarn I’m trying to achieve.

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