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Sunday, February 12, 2006

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bev

Oh, and I started my Rogue - have your?

bev

Looks like you had more fun at the vendors booths than with the spinning! Beautiful rovings and that fleece is gorgeous. What kind of sheep?

I don't get to do fun stuff until June at the Estes Park Wool Market. But, I can live vicariouly through you and all the other spinners out there.

Alison

What a wonderful haul! Absolutely gorgeous fiber; have fun spinning it up!

Laura

Ohhh everything is soooo beautiful! Like a non-spinner thinks of yarn as a vision of possibility, you must think of rovings in the same way. I have always dreamed of keeping sheep and spinning. Maybe one day I'll be able to at least spin - I'm not so sure I still want to mess with the sheep part after all the kids I've had. heh

Is the silk commercial or did you spin it? I'm thinking of finding some 100% silk to make into a bodice/yoke for a little sundress for my daughter - any recommendations? I think it would stay softer than cotton and I could dye it myself to match the skirt fabric.

Charleen

Nice haul! I have spun hemp as part of a blend. It gave the yarn a nice texture.

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