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Apr 20Liked by Fat Turkey Farm

I am just about comfortable spinning worsted on my spindle. Woolen preparation and long draw still remains a mystery. Hopefully some day I 'll get there. Great pictures and explanation in your article.

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Thank you!

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Apr 18Liked by Fat Turkey Farm

What a fabulous resource!! So interesting to learn about this. Thank you for your guidance, skill and knowledge :)

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Thank you!

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Apr 18Liked by Fat Turkey Farm

Thank you for this! I inherited a some wool (at least one fleece, maybe two? I don’t know if they’re full fleeces tho, plus random pieces of fleece and maybe batts? I have no idea what they’re called) from my mom. She had quit spinning a few years before she died, and I haven’t really put in the time to get the hang of it yet. I’m dipping my toes in the vernacular, so I truly appreciate the photos and descriptions!

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Wonderful! I'm so glad!! If you have more questions, feel free to ask!

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Apr 17Liked by Fat Turkey Farm

I learned so much. I had just a hint of an idea, nah, not even. Holy smoke! You rock!!! I am so proud of you!!! Love you tons!

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Thank you, I was not sure this came across well. It was a struggle for me to write today. Love you more!

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Apr 17Liked by Fat Turkey Farm

Thank you, Judy, for this info. I've never understood the difference between woolen and worsted and this helped me a lot!

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I'm so glad you found answers! If you have any questions I can answer, please let me know!

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