dudleyspinner

Free form Afghan

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Wonderful! Maybe I'll get out all those extra scrumbles & make a small afghan. I've always hesitated to do that since it just doesn't get cold enough here for something that heavy. Keep us updated:)

Alosha

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I think your afghan is gorgeous! Truly a work of art and love. Your daughter is very lucky. I am a spinner but here in Australia we don't use roving as much as batts of carded fibre or straight up fleeces. I never saw roving until last year at a spinning camp i went to. They showed us a diz and how to use it. Honestly can't see the point to it myself happy to use batts, sliver or straight fleece. Cheers mate!

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:cheer:cheer:cheer:cheer:cheerDeb that is so very scrumptious!!!

 

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Vims

 

i second crochetlady~ scrumptious. that's only because i don't know how to spell scrumbdidliumptious~**

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thanks, I have been using this afghan for a bit and it is so warm because it is all wool!

Meghan seems to like it, which is good.

Deb

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Deb, how wonderful! It's just an organic form, it's very pleasing to the eye. What a work of art! :)

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