Learn to make yarn with a drop spindle video presented by The Joy of Handspinning.
Grafton Fibers has lessons on spinning, spinning from the fold, and navajo plying.
I Can Spin has video lessons of a great variety of spinning techniques. If you look at only one site, look at this one. Bookmark it. As you grow as a handspinner, you will want to come back often to expand your repetoir of spinning techniques.
Lion's Brand has substantial knitting lessons on their website, along with free patterns to use with their yarns.
Spindling has a great variety of patterns for sale for download, and a free sweater pattern. The joy with these patterns are that they can be worked with any yarn. They're designed for handspinners to make things with the yarn they have spun.
Socknitters has information about how to knit socks and a lot of nice sock patterns.
Sideways gloves a cute, clever, and popular pattern.
The Crochet Guild of America has instructions and patterns on their website, along with news and other information.
Grafton Fibers has some free patterns including one for crochetted socks that can be worked in any yarn -- a great project for hand spun.
Patterns galore but the site is kind of hard to navigate. It's worth it. There are a lot of patterns here.
Mountain Shadow Ranch the home of the adopt-a-sheep program. Teresa is a fantastic person. This is a good resouce for quality fiber at good prices.
The Woolery has a great variety of supplies for all your fiber arts needs. I like their learning kits best. They have one for cotton, complete with an takli spindle and one for silk. Both have information on how to spin the fiber.
Grafton Fibers has some lovely fibers, but I like their spindles best. Their MDM spindles have their own spin gauge right on the shaft so you can check your gauge as you go. They are also weighted far more to the rim than to the center (like a Duncan Butterfly Yo-Yo). That gives you a slower spin and a better spin time. There are great for beginners.
Mielke's Farm has nice fibers, and wonderful spindles Their double-notched spindles are very nice to work with.
The Bellwether has a terrific learn to spin kit, lots of great fiber, supplies for all sorts of fiber arts, including nalbinding, and sampler kits to learn about spinning a variety of interesting fibers.