Category Archives: Spinning

Spring, Spinning Group, CLF and more

Spring looms so very close! I think it is my very favorite season. I get to inspect my garden now, watching the promise of this favorite of seasons…Leaf buds ready to burst forth into glorious shades of green. Narcissus blooming … Continue reading

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It’s that time of year…

Winter’s on the way out, and the early signs of spring are happening! We’ve had several sunny days in a row that were not bitterly cold! In fact it was a down right balmy 55 degrees the other day (that’s … Continue reading

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Get Ready Get Set… Get it done

I have been remiss in my blog writting as of late. As you, my dearest readers know, I have been a very busy camper. It seems that I shall continue this busy-ness and business! ┬áThis week is indeed dedicated to … Continue reading

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Yarn, Crochet and New Year

Wow…2008 already. So, I start the year not with resolutions but with a HUGE to-do list. I have three submissions to finish Yarn to keep spinning More to put into the Etsy shop (which is really annoying to do on … Continue reading

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ETSY SHOP UPDATE

Ok! I did it…I was good and went and updated my etsy shop. I had meant to have my complete catalogue on my own website up and running by now…but um, yeah…the holidays! ┬áThat and my ads on Ravelry.com have … Continue reading

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Spuntastik! Knaughty Yarn

Spuntastik! Knaughty Yarn Originally uploaded by CMHS yarn & designs (laurie wheeler). Ooooh see my new colorway! Aubergine Frenzy! My friend Bec took this photo for me…I lurv this yarn. This is the most lovely cotton chenille, and the little … Continue reading

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Contest Reminders…

Wow! There have been some really great contest entries on the December Challenge page here at the blog! Look up at the top of the screen and you’ll find the page, just click, read the contest entry guidelines and enter! … Continue reading

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