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Thursday, February 10, 2005

Sheepy Goodness from the USPS

I got the most wonderful packages in the mail today. This is some fleece I got in a trade with another Spindler. Clockwise, starting with the blue: Blue Gulf Coast Native Improved (GCNI)with green mohair from Running Moon Farm; Falkland top from Copper Moose; raw, white GCNI from Running Moon Farm; mohair locks; and raw, pale grey GCNI also from Running Moon Farm. Isn't it just glorious? I've never spun GCNI or Falkland so this should be fun. I'll have the mohair blended with the GCNI when I get that processed and probably use some of it for socks. I think my stash just doubled from the size it was this morning. If you'll excuse me, I'm going to go pet some fleece! WHEEEEE!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

What is it?!

4:10 PM  

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