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June 23, 2008


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Ellen Bloomfield

Deb, can you email me privately about how I could possibly get a hold of some of the Santa Cruz fleece?


I am amazed and in awe of people like you. I can't believe that magical little skein came from that mess of wool you first showed. I would never have expected it to clean up so nicely. But then again, I've never done anything like that before. And after reading your adventure, I know I never will! (Sorry. But I admire the hell out of people who will go to that effort. Wow)

Kristi aka fiberfool

I really enjoyed this series as I got some samples of some imperfect fleece last year and have dreaded working with it.

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