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Category Archives: Handspinning
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!
Well, here are some TdF collages to document that I really have been spinning during these past buncha days.
So it was an official rest day yesterday. Some of us rested.
Auē. Been ‘way too long since I’ve posted. And I can’t blame it all on Tour de Fleece, either. Because that started just a week ago. And I left everyone in Montana! Sheesh. I’ll catch up with that, but in … Continue reading
I coulda sworn I wrote a blog post about these two, but I’ve searched everywhere and can’t find one. Even checked all my Word docs, PictureTrail, Photobucket… nothing. Very sad. I can write it again (good ting I get good … Continue reading
These two lovely ladies were at the table where the raffle tickets for the wheel I was spinning on were being sold. Six foa five dollah! Some people bought $20.00 worth of tickets. One wahine told me that it only … Continue reading
Last weekend was the annual showcase in Aurora, Oregon. This is a yearly event and it’s absolutely wonderful, put on by the Aurora Colony Historical Society and the Aurora Colony Handspinners Guild. It’s a two-day event, and all wheels showcased … Continue reading