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Monday, March 14, 2005

The never ending bag of roving

Finally finished spinning the Coopworth laceweight. This is 765 yards of two ply. I felt like I was never going to get this finished, even though there is less yardage (and weight) than there was of the pink roving back in February, it just kept going and going and going. I'm so happy to have it done and it really is gorgeous. If I ever finish the Peacock Feathers Shawl, I have plans for this to be a stole, probably the Feather and Fan pattern. Once I got this off the wheel, I started spinning my Easter Egg woolly roving and it is looking really nice. I'm going to be "out of the blog" until next Monday, so I'll show you what it looks like then. Hope you all have a great week and let me know if Spring comes to where you are, I mean, it has to come doesn't it? It can't not come, can it?


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