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It’s Delightful, It’s De-Lovely

So this turned out so soft and springy – it is wonderful.

cormo wool 11-14-2007 11-54-25 AM

I was thinking more texture in the way of thick and thin, but I can’t really complain – there is a lot of texture and it’s so soft and bouncy.

fleeces to Spinderellas 11-14-2007 11-22-07 AM

After seeing Julie’s beautiful fleeces come back. I finally got myself in gear and packed up my fleeces. I was hoping to get them all in the box below, but I couldn’t manage it this time and put two little ones in the top box. It took me a while, because I started to hmm and haw over whether I should put the Cormo I bought earlier in the box. I didn’t have as good luck with the washing as I normally do. Normally I put them in a bag and wash… with this one I should’ve washed lock by lock. Oh well… live and learn. I’m sending them to Spinderella’s and she’ll probably make it beautiful and tell me I’m worrying too much. Hopefully – keep you’re fingers crossed.

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  • I have never sent my fleece off to be processed. That seems like a good idea, but somehow I never seem to think of it when I have a dirty fleece lying around. 😉

  • COMMENTS (4)

    1. jessie 20 November - 2007

      Beautiful yarn!

    2. rissa 16 November - 2007

      I have never sent my fleece off to be processed. That seems like a good idea, but somehow I never seem to think of it when I have a dirty fleece lying around. 😉

    3. margene 14 November - 2007

      Last night Anne had some Cormo from Lynn and it was beautiful! Stop worrying! 🙂

    4. Julie 14 November - 2007

      Your spinning is gorgeous as ever. I can only aspire to such nice yarn but I’m sure I’ll get there eventually.