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Sunday, October 08, 2006


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If you're in need of another spinner, let me know. I have black wool/mohair ready to spin.


I would be happy to spin for this project too. Please let me know if you need my help.

Veronica Velasco

do you still need spinners? i'm more than happy to spin. just let me know.


I would love to spin for this too, if you still need a spinner. No laceweight or fingering here though. Probably about worsted. I also have a triangle loom and could weave a shawl too if needed. Let me know! (I did email you earlier today)


I'd be happy to help with the spinning for this project as well - please contact me if you need my help!


I'd be happy to spin some black merino. I can spin somewhere between laceweight and fingering weight. Can you offer some suggestions about yardage? I'm thinking 1000 to 1200 would make a decent size shawl.

Jackie Joy

I can spin and would be willing to do so for this project. It won't be lace or fingering, though. I'm not that good.

Lola LB

What is the deadline for spinning up the yarn? I have plenty of romney roving that has a lovely sheen and reflects color beautifully. I love to spin froghair so I believe I can manage fingering to DK, and I can dye the yarn black after all is said and done. How many yards is needed? You can contact me via my blog.


You can include me in the spinning. I spin between fingering to DK weight. I hope the shawl you choose can accommodate differences in weight 'cuz I can't spin heavier to save my life! :-) Kate


I found some natural, black roving at Copper Moose. I've ordered a pound which should be more than enough. Here's the link if other spinners need a source: http://www.coppermoose.com/Shetland.html


I'm definitely willling to spin for this project! Let me know a color and I'll order the fiber. Thanks.

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