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January 24, 2008



But.. it IS so pretty!


Looks good! And what is it with fiber people & cats?!


What are you talking about? it looks good!!! You only just started dont be so hard on yourself!!!

I say way to go and good job.


Your first skeins are beautiful! You will be amazed at how nicely they knit up!

Here's a fabulous You Tube on plying that made all the difference for me! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yt5nOBM8SsM&eurl=http://www.abbysyarns.com/wordpress/?p=113

As a beginning spinner, I looked at the "bumps" when I was plying and if I felt I would like to knit with that yarn, I considered it good to go.

Hope this helps!


Cat hair! Oh goddess save us. Ick, blech, and anaphylaxis. On the other hand (and with other roving), you made YARN! How cool is that? It does look like water in the Atlantic, though maybe more so before plying.


You know I have roving too right? :) You could come down and dye your own.......just sayin

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