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Tuesday, November 14, 2006

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Kathy

That's how I feel too -- like I've fallen over a fiber cliff :-)

Marlene

I use Navajo plying in combination with hand dyed wool that has then been combed. Each little "combful" has a slightly different shade and these differences are preserved by the Navajo plying. Great fun!

margene

At least it's fiber and not something else...you know like crack or liquor;-)
Your house actually sounds like heaven!!

Chris

Gee, that sounds about right. Come to my house and you will find knitting WIPs on the couch, on the coffee table and end tables, and on my bed. Spinning fiber fills the room vacated by my daughter, over runs the dining room, sits somewhat contained in the living room, is also stashed at the mill, and of course, growing out in the back yard. Even the bird nests around here have fiber stashed in them!!

Kelly

you've got it bad lol and you wonder why i'm taking my time on getting into spinning :)

Amy Boogie

haha - sounds like my life.
It's good the over run with fiber :)
Navajo plying is amazing, I love it.

Laura

hehe I love this. And I agree about Navajo Plying. It's AWESOME! :)

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