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Deb Robson and Tussah

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September 29, 2008


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Ellen Bloomfield

Okay, now I have to wipe the drool off of my keyboard! Thanks for the diversion while I'm in the midst of unpacking/cramming/cursing in my new much much smaller office space.


Are you going to talk about processing of double coated fleeces? Or is that in the book;-)

It's an area where I would like to improve my knowledge. All I know for sure is that they behave better if you process tham at home. I always like the resulting yarn better.

Deborah Robson

Talking about processing double-coated. . . . I'll see whether I have time to do it for the blog before the book deadline. Much of what will happen here will be what I see from the hot-air balloon, floating over the landscape of the book. . . .

And Ellen, delighted to have given you something lovely to think about! This wool is certainly delicious.

Nancy J

Having lived on the Navajo Reservation and having had a friend in Elfrida, AZ who raised Navajo Churros for a while and who permitted me to write a news aericle about her sheep as well as sold me fleece, I can vouch for your feeling that quality feed makes a great difference in the wool.

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