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Fabulous yarn!!!!

From this

and this

I've made 

Have a gorgeous weekend I'm busy spinning and plying and smiling sooooo much.
I love yarn don't you!

Lots of Love


  1. I love your yarn! I have just spent four hours at a soft play centre...I was corking handspun while my son charged about! xxx

    1. Oh I'm so glad my days of play centres are over, least you had something fun to do.

  2. Great, i like it.
    Corina from germany

  3. ahhh...sue!! i just want to dive into that sea of green loveliness! it's been fun watching all this dyeing and pinning an making and it just makes me want to give it all a go!! xx

  4. I do indeed love yarn....and I love your yarn too! Can't wait to see what lovely thing you are going ot make with it :)

    1. Oh I can't wait to get it all spun, I'm going to make a snuggly wrap/shawl/poncho with it just looking for the perfect pattern at the moment!

  5. Have you put a sheep on your Christmas list?!

    1. Ha ha! I would if I had a bit more space LOL! I find myself looking at them in a whole new light. x


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