Feedly

There has to be a better way. A long time ago I used to use Google Reader to keep up with all of my favorite blogs. Then Google did away with Google Reader and I couldn't find another way to keep up with the blogs I love and so I gave up. Well, not really. If somebody...

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Wool Judging

So I got home from North Carolina a week ago. It has taken me this long to begin to feel normal. I'm always a little extra tired and want to be a little extra quiet when I get home from a teaching. This week was a little different because I had decided to take part in...

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Favorite Books About Wool

Yesterday I posted about my two most very favorite books about wool/sheep. Today I'm going to give you the rest of the list. About a year ago in my breeds study classes I started giving a little bibliography to the students. Before that I would carry all the book...

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Deb Robson and I

I was fortunate to have the opportunity to meet Deb Robson about 10 years ago. It mostly came about because I was contacted while she was writing the Fleece and Fiber Sourcebook to see if I could provide a few of the samples for the book. At the time I owned the...

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Road Blocks – part 2

Yesterday I talked about a road block I had encountered once in my spinning and how it was a pretty simple thing to overcome once I rearranged my thinking. Today I'm going to tell you about one I had with weaving that held me back for years and years because I didn't...

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Road Blocks – part 1

I've been thinking about things that so me people may have a hard time with in spinning and weaving. There have been several of them for me along the way. Sometimes it's terminology, sometimes it an be fear of failure and sometimes it's just a mental block. I've had 2...

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November Goals

All the things are swirling around in my head. I sat and looked at the blank pages in my November planner and felt a little stuck because even though I have a ton of things to accomplish in the next six months I felt a little stuck about how exactly to proceed and...

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King Size Office

I got home from Asheville, NC and teaching at SAFF last night around 8PM. I unpacked the suitcase with my clothes, hugged all the family that currently live in my house and I was asleep by probably 9:30PM. Normally I take a few days off and relax for a while to...

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Tape Loom Please

So there's a thing called NaBloPoMo. It's where you write a blog post every day for the whole month of November. My friend Kat talked me into it with very little pressure. So, my first post of this month is about something I've been thinking about for a long time and...

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