Posted by: maureenc | January 29, 2006

Yummy yarn


These five skeins of recycled (sari) silk yarn were just delivered to me!
I’m going to have FUN working with these and some silk tops I purchased from Elaine a few months back.
She has the most interesting yarns and fibres which she spins and dyes for sale on her site Highland-Cottage-Crafts
I’m sure she’d like to to pop in for a peek at her goodies! Posted by Picasa

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  1. Maureen

    that sari silk yarn is just so yummy. Love to see what you make with it.

  2. Maureen

    that sari silk yarn is just so yummy. Love to see what you make with it.

  3. Hi Maureen,
    How do you plan on using this yarn? I’ve a lovely piece here from a swap, and I’ve always oogled it and wondered how I could use it….
    Sandie

  4. Hi Maureen,
    How do you plan on using this yarn? I’ve a lovely piece here from a swap, and I’ve always oogled it and wondered how I could use it….
    Sandie


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