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Category Archives: Handspinning
Nothing like not having time to write lately. E kala mai Numbah One. But now it’s Tour de Fleece time again and I found bits of time here and there for spinning. So I’ll inundate you with my daily photos. … Continue reading
About two weeks later, Debbie was ready to have the wheel shipped. Keola graciously gave up his daytime perch, and allowed us to move it.
I don’t have the next Montana Road Trip photos ready yet, so will post this instead. For those of you who wanna learn something about shipping a spinning wheel, this is the place to be. A wahine in my Joe … Continue reading
Ahahahaha! I totally forgot that I took some shearing videos!! U like see?? K’den! No. Try wait. I didnʻt forget! I just wanted to make more shearing posts. Heh heh. (I also get one bridge in Arizona I could sell … Continue reading
What a whirlwind of spinning! And more spinning! But ho da fun! This was my best tour ever, I think. I was Captain of one team, and Co-Captain of another one, which involved cheering on my teammates, responding to posts … Continue reading
I got to spin for about four hours today at The Gathering. I took my time, also participating to the discussion, listening to my friends share, and having a really wonderful time. I wasn’t spinning fast, just a relaxed time, … Continue reading
We had an appraisal to do up in Government Camp; good timing for a rest day. This pretty skein is all washed and dried now. Ho da happy!