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Thursday, September 21, 2006


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How cool that you were able to visit the Fleece Artist herself! I love that she hangs her dyed yarns around the house.


Holy smokes! I would be repeating to myself, "We're not worthy!" while walking around there.


I just got my first ever gift of Fleece Artist - and I'm in awe. How lucky to be able to go!


My heart just skipped a beat thinking about all that beautiful yarn hanging about. I may need to find some and try it as I've heard it is heaven.


Oh, lucky you!!! What a treat!


Wow, I don't know how you resist to bring home all that yarn!


How cool is that? A house decorated with yarn! And fleece artist yarn at that.


Wow, I have a lot of catching up to do on your blog! But at least I have now added it to my bloglines, so I'll know to read it. :) Sounds like a wonderful trip!


ohhh look at all that yummy stuff! Where you tempted to grab an arm full and run??? lol

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