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Wednesday, February 22, 2006


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That is sure a heap o' fleece! It looks like wonderful wool, and getting a clean fleece is really nice, she says, up to her elbows in free fleece that is thick with vm!


Whoa!!! Good job. Drum carders are great, aren't they?


Where did you get this formerly intimidating drum carder? Borrowed or is it yours? I need to check out your "Spinning" link before I ask too many more questions. I love seeing what people are spinning up! Is it *expensive* to buy 10lbs of Best In Show covered fleece devoid of VM? heh I have no idea what something like this might cost - maybe I need to buy fleece and a drum carder to keep the cost of yarn under control. My husband already said "maybe we need to get a little herd of alpaca or cashmere goats for the back yard".


Wow - you are getting through it so quickly! I have a drum carder on the way, and am hoping that will help speed up my fleece processing.

Do you have to keep the dogs locked away from it, or are they apathetic about it?

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