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You totally rock! I am actually going to be teaching a spinning novelty yarns class this spring, and I was considering using Varney's book and look for what others were doing out there. This post is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for the great review on the Handspun Revolution book...I think I'll have work buy that for me ;-)


Gee, for someone who hasn't been spinning very long, you've made some lovely yarns! It's not easy to ply on a spindle -- I have trouble with that and I've been spinning for 30 years. Congrats on your success!


I just ADORE the chick in the freebie section!!!!! I can't wait to get my claws on the pattern and will probably keep popping in to check on the chick. Cheers!


Thanks so much for the Spinning Designer Yarns review.

I've recently started spinning and your remarks mean this book will be a big help.

I love your handspun. The colours are so rich.

Jackie Meyer

I REALLY enjoyed reading your info. However, l can't find your website - NO GO !!!!!

Where is it??????

I sure would love to see some of your patterns. Maybe I'm typing wrong. It sure wouldn't be the first time. Let me know OK?
PS - I manage an online (MSN) crafting group. We do lots of knitting and crocheting and quilting, etc. I sure would love to be able to tell our group about you. But I need your web site.

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