8/12/2008

Desires of the Heart and Soul




Until next time...

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4 comments:

  1. I have just spent most of the evening learning heaps from your demo films on the web for various spinning and carding techniques. I love your enthusiasm and daggy humour and your GREAT ability to communicate clearly and effectively the techniques you teach. Well done from a slowly improving spinner who spins her own dirty alpaca fleeces in SE Australia. Coco

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  2. I stumbled across this lady's blog and thought of you. She is located in Finland. I find her content just fascinating.

    http://riihivilla.blogspot.com/2008/09/pisolithus-soup-kuukuskeittoa.html

    All the best, Pepper

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  3. Oh my gosh it's Rexenne, the fiber video goddess guru and fellow WoW player!! I was bored at work clicking fiber blog links and all of a sudden here I am & I see the person who said "You can do it" or something to that effect in a spinning video and next thing I knew I had 200 lbs of raw fleece in my bathtub. (Of course the farmer selling the stuff for $1 a lb kinda helped but why quibble?) It might be notable that I have yet to acquire a spinning wheel but minor obstacle. I have a BIG colander I found at the Good Will. I figure start with the basics and things can only get more interesting. Hope you don't give up the fiber stuff forever. The videos were really inspirational and you've got a real talent for it. Glad to get a chance to say hi and thanks for all the help. Have a great weekend.
    Elizabeth
    Blackflower, Gorgonnash
    11/07/08

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  4. We miss you!! Are you coming back to the world of fiber. Hope you are feeling better.

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