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April 11, 2014

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Janine

Wonderful photos and commentary! I love Jeane's yarn (and I sell it in my shop because I love it so much), so it is doubly exciting to see part of the process.

Elaine

Thanks so much for sharing your adventures!! The sheep with the silver(?) back and black tummy was so beautiful.

Deb Robson

Janine, you’ll also especially enjoy Monday’s post (I have bandwidth: I’m making up for some lost time!).


And Elaine, isn’t the coloring wonderful? It’s hard to choose a favorite. But yeah, silvery with black is stunning.

Mozfiberlife.wordpress.com

Such lovely colors, and to have so much hands on...a dream. Thanks for sharing, Deb!

heather

That made me laugh out loud! The image of you being whisked away by a galavanting sheep :)

Deb Robson

Heather, I wish there was a photo (or better yet a video) of me and that sheep. It was probably pretty funny.

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