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Finished Handspun

I think this was my fastest spinning ever. I guess that’s what happens when you can’t sew, right? I only took a break to weave in the millions of ends on a knitting project. I know I had the whole

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If I Can’t Sew…

I may as well spin, right? I actually still have two sewn items to share but they haven’t been photographed yet. Each time I think about doing the whole modeling thing, I shake my head and do something else.  Taking

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Handspun Unleaving Scarf

I’ve been trying to use up some of my yarn stash. It’s verrry slow going.  My handspun yarns are a special challenge.  I want patterns that will use up very last inch, especially when I love the yarn as much as

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More Yarn

I had these great big plans of all these things I would make while the girls were away.  My time never turns out quite like I expect.  This partially finished yarn was sitting on the shelf and taunting me.  So

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Stalled

This picture.  V didn’t want me to do pictures but I convinced her (i.e. promised her iPad time). Only she wouldn’t put on the skirt I’d grabbed to go with the T-shirt and told me to just put it on top

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Everything On Hold

See that cute face? She’s been home sick for three days (and today is her day off from preschool).  She got hit by a virus last week and promptly passed it on to her sister and me. I was expecting

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Spinning Stuff

It’s called Hydrangea but to me, it’ll always be Monet’s water lilies, the one from MoMA. The fiber is Blueface (that’s a kind of sheep) from Gale’s Art, bought in Rhinebeck almost two years ago. I liked the colors.  Pink, purple,

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