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Saturday, June 04, 2005

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Shirley Perez

I would like to send you a sample of some wool I have so you could tell me what i have if you could thank you Shirley

Wendy Stebelton

I have a llama farm where I have been working with the fiber from my animals and have been asked to sell some of my fiber and teach a spinning class. I have an Ashford drum carder that my husband electrified for me but, would like to have a larger scale one. Can anyone tell me anything about these Pactric Green Carders or a good price for a used one? Do they process a lot more fiber per hour than the other carders?

Thanks, Wendy Stebelton
Perfect Point Llama Farm
rogerstebelton@greenapple.com

Rose

Wow... I'm totally drooling over the PG SuperCarder. I'm thinking I must have that carder. My Finest has been doing a good job, but I'm just head over heels for the SuperCarder.

susan

I always feel so inadequate when I read your posts. You're a fiber superwoman!

Felicia from sweetgeorgia

Oooh, I love that carder!!! Oh, and of course, I love green -- fabulous fibre you've got there!

Margene

That's a LOVELY green! It's the dull or bright greens that really get to me. It's good to hear you have sun. Please send some back;-)

vi

are you using the soap molds from Uplands
I have the ten pound logs,
I only have 4 and could use a slab

hahahaha
I love soapers
vi

claudia k

Great tutorial on dizzing from the carder! I love my PG. I can't imagine any other way to get my fiber blended as nicely.

Becca

I have never seen more beautiful colors than the ones you choose to dye your fiber/yarn. You are a true artist!

Liz

I love that green...can't wait to see it in person next weekend! And soap, too? When do you have time to sleep, eat, etc.??? ;)

June

Kim, you sound so much happier today. See, silver linings abound!

Cassie

I'm not so much a green girl, but even I could be convinced by that roving - it looks beautiful.

Leslie

The rovings looks green apple fresh and I love the yarn! And to be honest, I'm not a huge fan of green, either. But this is SO nice!

Hope the fair goes well!

Anne

And let's not forget that you were able to make lemonade for a bunch of us with all those lemons you got!! :)

Jackie

Such a rich green! I love it. Sure do wish I could see it in person at the Fiber Frolic. :)

Judy

All right, you've hooked me. I need that carder. What model did you get? The roving looks lovely, wonderful soft color.

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