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There's only one thing to do of the skein isn't quite dry... ... See MoreSee Less

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And when not heat-icing, trying to move, or resting, I did homework. Half-hour intervals of spinning before my chiropractor appointment, and a bit longer after. Now, I'm 17 hours into the L3 final project, and I've finished plying the weft. 100% Polwarth wool, spun to 5 TPI in a two-ply, 185 wraps around a big niddy noddy. Hope there's enough! We'll find out after its bath. (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Staying home from work because you threw your back out lifting the loom last night kind of sucks, but the heat-ice time is good for things like tearing back the border of Star Maiden, AGAIN. Third time's a charm? This time with stitch markers. ... See MoreSee Less

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One and a half hours, two people (and Mike when we needed a third pair of hands), some online instructions that we only glanced at, and this is the result! It fits perfectly in this corner of the fibretorium! Once homework is done, I will warp up something and give her a whirl. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today during the knitting class, I gave all the participants my card and told them to feel free to email me if they are having any problems and are unable to come to Wednesday nights. This is something I usually do in a class, but I'm sitting here second-guessing that. Not because I don't want them to email me, because I want them to be aware that I am willing to be a resource for them, but because it was a children's class. Do they have email? Would they or their parents be comfortable with them emailing a (basically) complete stranger? Not that anyone from any class has ever taken me up on the offer, but there's so many more layers around children these days. I'm just not sure if I went over a line, albeit with the best of intentions. ... See MoreSee Less

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