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August 06, 2012


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Oh my gosh I almost wet my pants about the drooling....hahahahahahaha. I can totally relate. Spinning looks like fun, Stephanie! I'm so glad you enjoyed it, and good for you for siphoning off some of the money as a reward.


I can't believe you admitted you were drooling! I can see that happening but I don't think I would have the nerve to admit it to anyone.

Looks like a wonderful class, especially with that beautiful rose colors wool. I've always wanted to try spinning... both kinds. Need to add this to my list.

 Maggie Robinson

Hi Stephanie..Our interests certsinly do expand don't they <3
It's a good thing! Keeps the brain alert..
I can only imagine how much fun you had..
Good for you drools and all:)
We have a Fleece Festival here in Woodstock Ont. in October!!!! Just sayin'
Looking forward to more pictures.. You have the best blog:)Feels like I was there.
BTW Your Etsy parcel will be in the mail on Tues. We had a holiday on Mon. and everything was closed.

Maggie Szafranski

LOL! In the emergency department we would call that a postive Q sign....mouth open and tongue hanging out!!! Our friend is interested in spinning the shedded wool from their bison, she would totally love to take a class like that!!!


Oh. My. Gosh. You're a girl after my own heart. It looks like great fun -- drooling and all. I've often wondered about spinning but your comment hit the nail on the head ... I don't need another hobby! Not to mention more tools! I've always wanted to go to Stitches too -- I hope you have a fantastic time!!!


You definitely look excited in that top photo! Looks like fun, too! At Farmer's Market this past Saturday the booth beside us had a very small bundle of wool from their sheep for sale--certainly looks like your bag was stuffed with huge batts compared to the ones I saw. I hope you're able to find your wheel at the festival and have a good time on Friday, too, in Chicago! Enjoyed the post.


Too funny! Yes, by the title, I thought you were talking about bicycle spinning. Don't worry--the one with yarn looks like a lot more fun :)


Too funny. I can just see your drooling! I should take up spinning. Maybe it would help me with my stress. Looked like a fun class and will be great for you since you are such a good knitter! Can't wait to see what you do with the yarn. Nice post.


LOL!! about the drool! I so needed a good laugh- work this week has been, let's say...interesting!

Spinning is done...now you can zumba with me on Tuesday :) You will sweat more at Zumba than spinning but I don’t think you will drool! :)


My MIL has a spinning wheel that sits on her hearth, I believe it was her mother's or grandmother's. Most likely I'll end up inheriting it, as I doubt my husband's brother or any of the five granbdchildren will want it. I guess I'll have to learn to spin (assuming it still functions!)! There is a place in Cedar Falls that teaches classes, and I know several ladies in that area that do it regularly.


This looks like so much fun! I have watched it being done but never tried it. I love the color you did on the spool.


Ian'tit amazing to see that stuff turn into yarn which you can knit/crochet or whatever. Such a pretty colour. You do really enter another zone/meditation.
Have fun.


This is my kind of spinning! How fun - I can see how it would be relaxing.


This is something I've wanted to try for a long time! Such a cool transformation from fluff to yarn...

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