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Sheep breed spinning study.

Just under 2 years ago when I bought my spinning wheel I decided I wanted to embark upon a sheep breed spinning study. Up until then I had mainly spun merino on my spindle with the odd foray into¬†unspecified British … Continue reading

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A mountain of handspun yarn

For several years there has been discussion in¬†the knitting community about whether people are product or process knitters, and I can quite comfortably say I am very much a product knitter but I recently realised that in contrast I am … Continue reading

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It seems that I have created a monster!

No I am not referring to either of my delightful children, although the older one is prone to temper tantrums and projectile vomiting at present so you could be mistaken for thinking I was. I am actually talking about the … Continue reading

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Spinning – the Goldilocks equation.

You could be forgiven for thinking that I had dropped off the face of the planet given my blog silence for the last few weeks but in reality I’ve just been swept up in a whirlwind of summer holidays, mummy … Continue reading

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The unexpected benefits of being a little bit anti-social

You may have noticed that I missed posting to the blog last week, this was because for once I actually had a social life – by which I mean there was much nattering, cake eating and tea drinking! Most weeks … Continue reading

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