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Welcome to Spinning Wool [Dec. 30th, 2005|12:59 pm]
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I am starting this in the hopes it will be a good place to post you're questions as well as to talk about any projects you're working on and show off some FOs!
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From: madaboutwool
2005-12-30 09:24 pm (UTC)

Intro and Ongoing Projects

Hi everyone! My name is Carolyn, and I am head over heels into knitting, spinning and dyeing. I am glad this new group has been started. Currently, I am knitting a pair of butterfly wing socks from my hand dyed and hand spun roving. Also, I am in the middle of carding and spinning some good Georgia cotton. What is everyone else working on? Happy New Year to all!
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[User Picture]From: pixiepurls
2005-12-30 10:25 pm (UTC)

Re: Intro and Ongoing Projects

I am just finished plying some coopworth and now I am trying to figure out what to do next heh :)

Also knitting some pumpkin colored socks on Magic Loop from Sensational Knitted Socks.

I have oh... like 5 or so sweater projects I wish I could finish!
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From: madaboutwool
2005-12-30 11:07 pm (UTC)

Re: Intro and Ongoing Projects

I have that book, Sensational Knitted Socks, too! Isn't it an amazing book?
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From: crazylace2
2006-02-07 02:04 pm (UTC)

Storing fleece

I wonder how you all store your precious fleece and keep it mouse and moth free? I have found that storing in old redundant chest freezers is ideal - if you have the space. Mine are in a large shed outside, First they are put in those open weave plastic sacks and labelled, then placed in the freezer cabinets, keeps them cool in summer and frost and pest free in winter. Another tip is that if you do find any moth larva activity in your wool after storage or leaving around I find a quick blast in the microwave oven, an old one , not your best kitchen model, works a treat and this also works to re energise any old wool where the lanolin has become hard, makes it easier to card or spin. Anyone else got any tips?
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