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Monday, September 27, 2010

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Lola LB

Yeah, surrrre you're not going to be buying any more fleeces. Because you'll turn around and see The Fleece staring at you and daring you to take it home with you. ;-)

TrishB

You'll be spinning for a while-that's a lot of fleece!!...says the spinner who raises her own sheep, alpacas and angora rabits-and stll buys the occasional fleece!

CC

I've used Moro Fleece Works for years. Shari does a fabulous job; so fabulous that wait times can be over six months. It's worth the wait!

Kate/Massachusetts

I can highly recommend the Fibers For Ewe mill in Connecticut. She has processed three fleeces for me and did a beautiful job on them. I had a bad experience elsewhere. I had them pindrafted as well - sheer luxury!
Anyhow, here is the link:
http://fibers4ewe.net/

Marcia

Mercy! I thought I was bad with three! I've had very good luck with Spinderella in SLC and am about to try Hudson Valley up near Rhinebeck on several recommendations (and a visit to the mill). I'm also trying to get Sara Healy (Buckwheat Bridge Angoras) to process the gorgeous black one I bought last spring but she's hard to pin down. We want pictures of your rovings when they return!

Judy

Hoo whee! That's a lot of fleece. And a lot of dyeing.

margene

I'm with Laurie as I'd like to be a fly on the wall when they return! You have a lifetime of spinning to do and hope you will share pictures of the process as you spin it up.

Lisa

16??!! Jeepers. That's a lifetime's worth of fleece. I've heard great things about Moro. Good luck.

Renee

Can't wait to see what you do with all that fleece! There's a lot of naked sheep now...

Laurie

Oh MY. We are both fleece ho's, I see. I have heard the siren song of no more fleeces...I'm hoping it finally takes hold. Just WAIT til they come back from Morro. I'd love to be a fly on your wall that day.

Manise

Holy crap! Enough to roll around when it returns. And dying laughing at the wee whispering of "no more fleeces". You must be deaf by now no?? Heee.

Carole

You've got some spinning to do there, girlie!

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