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Tuesday, March 22, 2005

We're back! Caleb and I went to Colorado Springs, Colorado last week to see family, but of course we squeezed some fibery fun in too. Table Rock Llamas is a fairly new fiber shop north of Colorado Springs in the Black Forest area. They carry spindles, spinning wheels, and looms, as well as all types of fibers to spin. They also have some knitting supplies and carry a large assortment of natural dyes. As you can see, I did a little shopping. I picked up Deb Menz's new book, Color in Spinning, and boy does it have a lot in it. I also found this cute little llama ornament carved in walnut and I got 1 ounce of Mongolian Cashmere Top: yummy, yummy! I'm working through the pile of laundry and getting the house put back together now, but tune in tomorrow for.....Purple Sage Alpacas! We went, we fed, we petted these gorgeous critters!


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