Q: Why is a front to back warper a better spy than a back to front warper?
A: She doesn’t raddle.
Q: Why are weavers good story tellers?
A: They have a lot of yarns.
Q: What do you call nuns who are spinners?
A: Twisted sisters.
Q: Why did the spinner get to the CHT conference so fast?
A: She was drafting a semi-truck.
Q: Why did the comedy segment at CHT fail?
A: The host dyed.
Q: How did the weaver feel when her cow ate her warp?
A: She was udderly beweft.
Q: Why do we all belong to WSSA?
A: Because we can spin a good yarn.
Q: A spinner and a weaver were both driving home during rush hour. Who got home first?
A: The weaver, of course.
Q: A rigid heddle weaver and a floor loom weaver were both going to CHT. The rigid heddle weaver was slower. Why did she get there first?
A: Because the floor loom weaver overshot the exit.
Q: What happened when the weaver didn’t get up in time for her CHT class?
A: Her shuttle went without her.
Q: What do some wool rovings and nuns have in common.
A: They haven’t been felted.
Q: What happened to the recycled yarn students after their class?
A: They came unraveled.
Q: How many spinners does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: Only one but she has to have a drive band.
Q: What do weavers and spinners have that felters don’t?
Q: What do you call an over-the-top-presentation at CHT?
A: A dog and pawl show.
Q: Why would a spinner trade in her Majacraft spinning wheel?
A: To upgrade to one with a Bradley Cooper footman.
Distaff worked really hard on CHT
Did you hear about the weaver seeking selvage(tion) who was draw-in to a temple? It turned out to be a shed so she started fulling around.