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Song of Spring

In the middle of February, right after I finished knitting Hiro I needed a new project. I spun up two 4 ounce batts that I bought at Rhinebeck from Josette McWilliams who is the genius behind Enchanted Knoll. The batts were called Freshwater Pearls. At first glance all is grey but when you look closer there are all the colors […]

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Where I’ll Be

I’ve got the end of the year figured out. Who’s coming to see me? August 22-24 –¬†Greater Los Angeles Spinning Guild Friday – to be determined Saturday – The Importance of Sampling and one more to be determined Sunday – Breeds Study – 12 breeds in 6 hours! September 5-7 –¬†Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Friday AM – Adding Speed to […]

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When I was in Pennsylvania last time my mom and I and my sister-in-law, Marlene, stopped in a yarn shop. It was in the Kitchen Kettle Village if you are interested. There are lots of nice little shops there. The yarn store was called Lancaster Yarn Shop. They had some local wool to spin as well as local yarns to […]

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