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Friday, November 02, 2007

Comments

yvette

Wow, that is amazing, thank you for sharing, it looks so soft and cosy too.

Suzanne

Great tutorial--thanks1

Kristi aka Fiber Fool

A beautiful scarf! Thanks for sharing the how-to!

Beth

Wow, that is very cool! Thanks for taking the time to write up and photograph the tutorial.

I'm behind on my blog reading and I see that you've been busy! All of your projects look so nice. And Moriah Anne is beautiful and a work of art. I love the colors in the yarn you have in the picture.

Marianne

Now this is something the husband would enjoy too ;-)

keri

That is amazing - what a great tutorial, I really enjoyed the process!

Anne

Ground fault circuit interrupter?

What a lovely scarf!

Maggie

Beautiful scarf!

I wanted to clarify something...my guess is that you would be using the sander just for the motion and not for the sanding, so you would specifically have NO sandpaper attached to it. Would this be correct?

susan

Wow, gorgeous! And power tools were involved. All the poor, neglected knitter widowers will sit up and take notice of this.

Beth S.

Fascinating. A sander... I'd never have guessed! But it makes sense, since it gives you lots of friction with little effort.

Manise

Great tutorial. Sander eh? Will have to go and check. That would be fun!

--Deb

Very cool! Of course, I don't own any power tools, so.... (grin)

Teyani

great tutorial! love it. I'll bet that scarf gets lots of wear :-) It's lovely.

tiennie

Very cool tutorial!

Wool Winder

What an interesting process! I had no idea a power tool was involved.

Risa

Oops forgot, that outlet type is a GFI - Ground Fault Interrupt.

Risa

Wow! What a great tutorial! I'm going to have to give it a try. maybe I can use up some of that fiber I have stashed all over the place. Now to see if that sander I bought dad a few years ago is an orbital or not. :)

Kirsten

Very, very cool!! Thanks for the tutorial.
Now I love my palm sander even more!

Judy

Thanks, Kim. That looks like fun. You didn't mention sand paper so I assume you use the sander without?

Kathy

That is really cool. May have to try that! How is the drape?

Carole

You make it sound really simple. How long does the whole process take?

Ruinwen

What a great lesson! I never knew you could felt this way. That scarf is just georgous! :)

Beth

This looks like so much fun - and you've got such a nice space to work in. :)

Jean

I knew I bought my sander for a reason! Gotta go buy some screening... think the Army would miss our back sliding screen door when we move out???? ;-) Too cool of you to share, Kim!

elizabeth

Thanks for the tutorial; I've been curious about nuno felting (would you call this nuno felted?).

Marcia Cooke

That does look like fun, and I even have one of those sanders! Great scarf!

margene

I think I need to try that! It must be heavenly against your skin. Thanks for the class. ;-)

gina

Wow,that looks like fun, can't wait to try it...Guess I will have to order some roving so I can get in trouble...Thanks for the lesson!! Will let you know how it works out.

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