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March 09, 2011


Just to goad you to the finish line - Joan's Cupcake batts are SUBLIME. I've spun and plied one batch, have another upstairs, and one more in the mail. Can't wait to get it and may have to give away everything else in order to keep spinning Joan's batts.

Sounds like a most excellent tizzy to be in, my friend ;)

(Smile)----it's a good thing there's so much time for thought and meditation while one spins, huh?

We both wrote about spinning today! I want some Cupcake Fiber, too, but I told myself I had to hold off until I finished spinning all my bags of Hello Yarn Fiber Club. I have 6 left.

Go Margene Go!

I am sure the lovely reward will make you clear those wheels in no time at all :)

I LOVE the fiber you are spinning on Emmylou. :-)

Um, yeah, I still hear "Lalalalalalalala" when there's talk of spinning. I am very happy to see other folks doing it, though with my own daughter poking in the ribs with a spindle now and then (she really wants to learn... with me!), I don't know how much longer I'll remain uninitiated. Anyway, oh my goodness, how I love the fiber you're working for Cuppa Joe! You might considering setting aside the other for even a bit longer -- March + Gray = Not-So-Great!

Beautiful! That gray Corina would make a lovely cowl. And what cheerful mitts you will have. Just keep spinning, just keep spinning, spinning, spinning...

I love that Cupcake Fiber concept. I have WAY more fiber than I need, though. Still, perhaps as a reward for finishing something... you have planted a seed, darn it!

Thank you for introducing me to Cupcake Fiber. It all looks so beautiful!

Hee hee - I placed an order this morning!

Ooh, that yarn on emmylou really is spinning up beautifully! I definitely think some of Joan's fiber is an excellent reward.

Winter is just not the right time for spinning grey fiber. I'm glad the other fiber you're spinning is at least colorful!

I totally hear you. I too am trying to spin down my club fibers before the start of the Spring sheep and woolies. Love, love your FiOp roving! Such a beautiful color.

I'm in a similar place with the Cupcake Fiber - I keep looking at it (and being severely tempted!) while trying to finish up the blue BFL currently occupying the Louet :o)

Thank you! xo

I was reading along and then got completely stuck by my ticked funny bone at the idea of Cupcake Fiber with the help of Cookie.... Clearly I'm going to have to come back to actually read this when my giggles have subsided! (grin)

Sometimes the best fun is deciding. :)

And PS - YES your fiber for the mitts will still look fantastic, no matter what. There. I said it.

I bought some as soon as she opened her shop. My problem is the same as yours though, I have other projects to finish first. The fiber is absolutely beautiful.

Such a conundrum!!! Good for you. Spinning and a project in mind. WOW. You're my hero. I just sit and spin and look at my Cupcake Fiber Co. teal/gray roving while I finish things up;-D

I agree with Chris. I think this is a hard time of year to be spinning the gray. I hope you finish it all soon.

You'll love the CupcakeFiberCo batts. They are so smooth and wonderful to spin. Joan really has the touch when it comes to making batts.


Spinning...you folks amaze me...LOL!

I really didn't need to know of another crackfiber dealer, TYVM.

Oh, how I want to place an order! Alas, discretionary spending is on total hold at the moment. BUT as soon as that changes I will have my ordering finger at the ready. That stuff is gorgeous and I cannot wait ti get my hands on some.

Sounds like a fabulous reward! I'm certainly enjoying my return to the wheel and I've been admiring those kits popping up around blog land! Can't wait to see what you choose.

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