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Ellen-Mary

Yay for you!! That is wonderful. I think one of the first conversations we had in person was how you wanted a spinning wheel with a large orifice to make this very yarn. That is so cool! I can't wait to see what you make.

Zann Carter

That book is fabulous! Moved me to write a review on Amazon. I've been spinning for years and years, but self-taught and not very precise about it all. I figure if I can use the yarn to make the things I want and it all pleases me, then I'm not going to bother myself with how many twists per inch and all the technical stuff. I shall leave that for those who love that!

And I, too, want to spin those coiled yarns!!

Spin on!
'Zann

Chelsea

Congrats on the fun win!!! How exciting- I hope you've been getting some time to get some spinning done- I managed to make it over to this months Spinning Saturday- missed you there! Now you don't have to have even spinning to try to make fun yarn- just as long as you get the process, so once the book gets there- have some fun. :)
And how about the ballet neck cardi- how's the progress on that one? Have a wonderful easter with those gorgeous green eggs (and aren't they delicious???- I had one easter egger that unfortunately got taken by a doggie this fall- loved them though and am getting more in April). Hope to see you next time-
Chels

DaviMack

How does it knit up? It looks like it'd be very soft & way cool ... but do you end up splitting the yarn lots?

Lea

I bought Intertwined recently, after seeing it at a friend's home. Had to have it! Congratulations!!! and Enjoy!!!

Lea

I bought Intertwined recently, after seeing it at a friend's home. Had to have it! Congratulations!!! and Enjoy!!!

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