Welcome to a site dedicated to the love of spinning.


I am a spinner. And a knitter. I am learning how to weave. I dye when I need to. And I share my experiences by blogging, making videos, learning and teaching.


I have been knitting since the mid -80’s and spinning since 2011. I specialize in the process from raw wool to a finished textile. I also have a deep interest in different kinds of spindles. I run a spinning blog and post spinning videos on my YouTube channel. I teach intermediate spinning in Sweden and online. I also consider myself a student of spinning – every day I learn something new.

Posts, videos and online courses

In the blog I write mostly about spinning, from both a technical and more of a philosophical perspective. Spinning does so much for me and I like to investigate the spinning process in my blog posts.

My youtube videos are both instructional and documentary style videos. I hope you find something you like.

In my online school I offer courses to intermediate and advanced spinners.

Also check out my Facebook page and Instagram feed.

Articles and patterns

Every now and then I write for spinning magazines:


Welcome to a blog dedicated to the love of spinning.

Flax community

Many of you may have heard of the project Berta’s flax, initiated by Austrian fiber artist Christiane Seufferlein. She got a chest full of hackled flax that came from relatives to Berta. She married in the 1950’s and, like most women at the time, she brought a chest of flax into her marriage. Today is …

Scutching knife

There are so many beautiful antique scutching knives out there. In flea markets, yard sales and museums. Ornamented to fit a specific hand, often as a wedding or engagement gift. Clearly used by a skilled hand. A right hands. As a leftie I realized that I will never find an antique scutching knife for a …


Come visit my YouTube channel! I make videos about spinning and wool processing in both documentary and instructional style.