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October 17, 2006

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Leslie

What a cool story. Mittens for peace. And PR.

Marcy, Not so Blogless

I've got that fabulous mitten photo up as my computer wallpaper. :D
Love the detailed sheep ==> mitten discussion, Deb. I thoroughly enjoy it when people go into great depth about fiber stuff.
Thanks!

Joanne

Hey there! I also thought the number was wrong when it came to raw wool needed...but I'm glad I came to you to get the right info. Who knew you were an expert on Latvian sheep!? (now I do)

Thanks for mentioning my blog. I'm sending you warm wishes for a quick recovery from Kentucky! Oh, and today, I got a lot of wool back from a processing mill, so I am just itching to take my hands off the keyboard and to my wheel. Spinning=something you can do with a cold!

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